3D Printing

Rapid, accurate, full-colour 3D Printing in Media Studio

Also known as additive manufacturing (AM), this rapidly advancing technology has many applications in medicine, surgery and biomedical science. 3D prints can be made in a wide range of materials, including plastics, resins, hardened plaster and various metals. See some examples below and contact us to find out how AM can help you.

Download our 3D Printing Factsheet: 3DPrintFactsheet2.pdf



Pelvis in clear resin segmented from a CT scan


Complex traumatic pelvis injury with artificial support structures in green


Facial reconstruction. (l to r): 1. Model segmented from CT scan with loose bone fragments. 2. Bone fragments held in situ by artificial support structures (in green). 3. Benchtop reconstruction for surgical planning and plate forming. 4. Postoperative model showing finished reconstruction with metal plates in grey.


Cranial defect for prosthetic implant manufacture


Complex ankle fracture for surgical planning


Inferior view of heart model
 


Full size colour 3D replicas of museum specimens

Structural protein model


Human nuclear pore complex (cryo-EM)


Surgical drill guide made in sterilisable, biocompatible resin


Aortic aneurism for stenting practice

 

 

 

 

 

Soft tissue segmentation


Vasculature of kidneys (with a cyst on the R kidney)


Various parts manufactured with low-cost FDM printing


Watch a 3D print being made using FDM printing

Watch a 3D print being made using binder jetting