3D Printing is Revolutionizing the Healthcare Industry
Did you know that the DICOM files generated during an MRI or CT scan can be transformed into 3D prints?
Around the globe, doctors are learning 3D software and revolutionizing their learnings.
New innovations in technology mean that doctors can hold true to life models in their hands based on their patient's body. This vastly increases quality of healthcare, lowers cost, decreases recovery time and is pretty cool!
The Top Uses of 3D Printing in Medical Fields are:
Custom-made prosthetics and implants using 3D printing
3D printing of surgical instruments
Surgery preparation assisted by the use of 3D printed models
Bioprinting tissues and organoids
Ending reliance on outside suppliers for equipment
Transforming patient CT scans into physical 3D prints
Education and Research
Integrated Printer, Material and Software Solution
The ProX 800 printer gives you one single point of contact for expert application support and daily use of our gold standard Stereolithography 3D printing technology. The very wide spectrum of Accura® materials is developed and customized to our SLA 3D print engines and enable polypropylene-like, tough/durable, clear, casting, high-temp and composites and specialty materials to meet your application and product requirements.
Rapidly 3D print prototypes, investment casting patterns, thermoforming molds, and more, and integrate with our software technologies to enable mass-custom manufacturing processes in your production line.
Meet or Exceed Standard Tolerances for Injection-Molded Plastics
Parts are accurate (+/-45 μm) and precise throughout the entire build platform, print after print, machine after machine. On large parts (up to 650 x 750 x 550 mm (25.6 x 29.5 x 21.65 in) as well as on smallest parts, features are reproducible down to 0.1 mm or 0.004 in – depending on geometry, orientation and build mode.
Stereolithography Tech Specs
Material Selection Guide for Stereolithography (SLA)