FibreTuff plans to develop cellulose-based biomaterials that can be used to 3D print Class I and II medical devices for spine, trauma, and sports medicine.
Stryker's 3D-printed Tritanium cages outperformed PEEK cages in terms of bone in-growth and fixation in a pre-clinical study using sheep.
Medtronic's new titanium 3D-printed platform enables more complex designs and integrated surface technologies for spine surgery implants.
Cleveland Clinic Innovation Executive Director sees 3D Printing more suited for custom implants as opposed to mass producing products in healthcare.
The agency is the first in the world to provide a comprehensive technical framework to advise manufacturers creating medical products on 3-D printers.
The company announced several new partnerships and commercial developments this week that will look to push a variety of new technologies and digital platforms forward in the areas of oncology, radiology, and diagnostic imaging.
Join our Medtech Innovation Tour at BIOMEDevice San Jose December 7 to meet the top medtech innovators in the industry. Below we share the five exhibitors selected for the tour by the MD+DI editorial team.
Oxford Performance Materials (OPM) has won a first-of-its-kind FDA clearance for its 3-D printed facial implant.