The medical industry has traditionally been one of the major drivers in the development of Additive Manufacturing. Historically, the technology has primarily been used for prototypes in plastic, but nowadays the manufacture of individually customized implants with 3D printing is routine, and both the potential and the interest are increasing - e.g. along with the possibility of printing organic material.
One of the key advantages of Additive Manufacturing, which also benefits the medical industry, is the ability to quickly develop and launch new products. On the basis of scans, it is also possible to print individually adapted items with very short delivery time - e.g. implants for patients with urgent needs.
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In the Center for Industrial 3D Printing, we have solved a number of Additive Manufacturing tasks for companies in the medical industry, including both development and printing of finished components for the appliance industry, and we print in a variety of plastic and metal materials, which are also approved to be inserted into the body.
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Thanks to Additive Manufacturing, midwife Malene Hegenberger succeeded in accelerating the development of her new invention - Hegenberger Speculum. In collaboration with the Danish Technological Institute, 35 different versions of the product were completed in two months. Read more
NRT X-RAY develops and manufactures medical X-ray equipment for hospitals. By producing 3D printed nylon covers for the equipment at the Danish Technological Institute, the company can quickly test new designs and create customized products for their customers.