explore moreWhy is Titanium Alloy Widely Used in Medical Industry of 3D Printing?
3D printing technology has been developing rapidly in the field of orthopedic implants in recent years. Due to its ability to customize the shape of the implant according to patient’s needs and accurately control the complex microstructure of the implant, the dual shape and mechanical properties of the implant are fully realized.
explore moreMetal 3D Printing Materials in the Medical Industry
Metal Medical materials, also known as surgical implant metal materials, are mainly used for diagnosis, treatment, replacing tissues in the human body or improving their functions. In recent 20 years,
explore moreThe Future of 3D Printing in Personalized Implants
In recent years, additive manufacturing technology has attracted more and more attention in the field of implant manufacturing. In theory, every treatment should be personalized, but the fact...
explore moreWhat can we Expect from the Combination of 3D Printing and Medical Treatment?
3D printing, also known as additive manufacturing, is a rapid prototyping technology. Based on a 3D digital model, and through the use of various powder materials, this technology can be used to...
explore moreTitanium, Metal 3D Printing and Medical Implant Industry
Metal 3D printing has become an increasingly mature technology and is widely used in various industries around the world for research, development and mass manufacturing of various metal parts...
explore moreScoliosis Orthoses - A Typical Application of SLS 3D Printing
SLS 3D printing relies on high temperature carbon dioxide laser for powder sintering. SLS printer contains a powder bedand a roller which will spread the thin layer of powder and...
explore moreDirect 3D Printed Titanium Alloy Spinal Implants
Traditional Method： In the past, the surgery often uses titanium mesh to fill in autologous or allogeneic bone as an interbody support material. However, once the titanium mesh is displaced...
explore moreApplication Story | Cat walks again thanks to 3D-printed Titanium Prosthetic Limbs
A cat whose paws were injured from an accident can walk, run and even climb stairs again, thanks to prosthetic limbs made from titanium printed by Eplus3D metal 3D printers and operated by a...
explore more3D Printing in Medical Applications
Since the 1990s, 3D printing technology (additive manufacturing) has been applied more and more widely, and the medical industry is a typical example. It is one of the fastest...
explore moreTitanium 3D Printed Cochlear Hearing Aids
A customer used EPLUS 3D’s metal 3D printer EP-M250 to print Titanium cochlear hearing Aids. Machine: EP-M250 Material: Titanium TC4 Design:Use 3D scanning technology to capture ear module data...