3D Printing

3D printing new artificial or totally regenerated organs will be a key medical technology in living forever. Manufacturing completely personalised metal implants is already here that perfectly fit a patient's anatomy. And bioprinting new body parts, using stem cells and bioinks, that incorporate different cells and blood vessels are being developed all around the world.

3D printers can also create personalised drugs that can combine multiple active ingredients in a single pill, with a physical structure designed to release the contents at a rate ideal for each patient.

Other uses in healthcare include personalised prosthetics, manufacturing of sterile surgical tools at a reduced cost, and printing models of organs and bones to help surgeons prepare for complex surgery.


Resource Sutrue - Creators of first working and patented automated suturing device.

Resource Volumetric - Biomaterials and biofabrication company.

Resource Viscient Biosciences - Providing 3D culture technology to develop drugs across a range of therapeutic areas.

Resource FabRx - Specialist biotech company developing 3D printing technology for pharmaceuticals and medical devices.

Resource 3D Bioprinting Solutions - Biotechnology company focused on 3D bioprinting.

Resource Biolife4D - Company fighting against heart diseases by printing artificial heart.

Resource Biogelx

Recent News

A hospital in Italy resorts to 3D printing in desperate times

3D Printing Media Network - 14-Mar-2020

3D printing is a quick alternative when the product chains are getting delayed


Revolutionizing 3D handheld bioprinter

UConn Today - 27-Feb-2020

Bioprinter was successfully tested on mice, significant muscle hypertrophy was recorded


3D skin printing as simple as painting walls with a roller

University of Toronto Engineering News - 04-Feb-2020

Skin transplantation could be no longer needed because this device makes everything more simple

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