In the healthcare industry, additive manufacturing can improve clinical outcomes, enhance research and education, speed up innovation, and accelerate manufacturing. The product research and development save lives but could also be expensive, time-consuming and full of risks. Produce models devices with certified materials and ensure safety of optimal use in the human organism.

In Medical 3D printing the following 4 major axis are presented:

Surgical Models

  • Pre-Operative Planning
  • Intra Operative Guides

Educational Models

  • Patient Education
  • Academic Education
  • Surgical simulation

Medical Devices

  • Prosthetics
  • Wearable Devices
  • Implants

Tissue Engineering

Empower Healthcare Professionals. Patient-specific, biocompatible, and ultra-realistic 3D-printed anatomical models support unparalleled surgical planning and patient care. Using digital software to design the area of interest, 3D prints, having a better understanding of the operating planning.

Enhance Medical Education and Research. Design and produce realistic, visual and haptic teaching aids that replicate the complexity of real human anatomy.

Equipment and Device Manufacturers. Accelerate time to market, optimize product design, elevate cost efficiencies and reduce development risks of device equipment. Find a testing model that simulates the pathology or range of pathologies needed for testing and achieve clear, detailed physician feedback as well as eliminate failures faster.

Dental Professionals. Unlocking capabilities of the dental industry and mastering its most important aspects with additive manufacturing. Design models and surgical guides in full detail, with optimal quality, monolithic, full-color, consistent accuracy, and economic – on time and at scale.

Medical 3D printing especially the ability to have an in-house hospital 3D printing Centre of excellence we can:

The Design to Manufacturing Co. - Healthcare


  • Operation time
  • Surgical complications
  • Highlights potential risk areas early on
  • Use of costly medical equipment / patient
  • Recovery time


  • Quality of health care