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3D Printing – not just white bones

Until now, the majority of our 3D printing has been of segmented CT scans of bone for surgical planning, but with three different in-house 3D print technologies to choose from we are able to make models in a variety of materials. This gives us scope to make models of different strength, hardness, flexibility, colour, transparency, or heat resistance.

A model of a pelvis 3D printed in transparent resin
A hand holding a 3D printed protein model

Where we don't have the technology in house, for example to make 3D-printed  titanium implants, we work with partners who can meet the appropriate ISO standards to print from our designs.

3D print of kidneys