Practitioners of the medical industry require the best technology and precise skills. When working directly with the health and wellbeing of individuals, it is essential the service carried out is near perfect for the safety of everyone involved.
The introduction of 3D printing technologies in the medical industry has boosted the skill levels of nurses, doctors and surgeons alike through simulated training with 3D printed moulds of human anatomy, while also positively affecting the productivity and profitability of companies ansd organisations involved.
3D printing technology is helping save lives, at a fraction of the cost and in much less time.
Case Study: Casa di Cura Villa
Casa di Cura, based in Italy is a medical clinic that has implemented 3D printing technology to reduce risks and improve their performance during surgeries. 3D printed structures of human anatomy are being used to help surgeons map out procedures before operating, which is helping both the customer and the business.Download
Case Study: University of Wollongong – Medical Jigs
The Wollongong-based Intelligent Polymer Research Institute (IPRI) is headquarters for the ARC Centre of Excellence for Electromaterials Science and the Australian National Fabrication Facility (ANFF) materials node. IPRI focuses on improving the functionality of nano-scale materials and facilitating applications in areas including energy and medical bionics.Download