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Heart medicine and dentures from the 3D printer

Additive manufacturing processes are already being used in many industries. In the meantime, it is also possible to print functional, physical “spare parts” in addition to medical products such as surgical instruments. From dental prostheses to orthopedic aids and even hearts from 3D printers!

Do you know the national and international big players in the field of medical 3D printing? When does it make sense to manufacture medical devices using the 3D printing process? And what are the requirements? Find out more in the latest arcoro CONNECT.

Facts at a glance

According to the Federal Statistical Office, seven per cent of all German companies used 3D printers in 2020. In most cases, prototypes or models are printed for in-house use, especially in the manufacturing sector.

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