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.


Company Skorpion Engineering - Rapid Prototyping, Rapid manufacturing, Design & Co-Design, Finishes & Services.

Company IBI S.A. - Biomedical company focused on research, development and production of medical devices for tissue engineering and regenerative medicine

Company Mimetas - Company that offers OrganoPlates and develops human tissue and disease models.

Company MediPrint - Company developing customized high-tech medical solutions with 3D printing manufacturing.

Company UNYQ - Personalized prosthetics & orthotics company.

Company 3D Systems - Company that engineers, manufactures and sells 3D printers, 3D printing materials, 3D scanners, and offers a 3D printing service.

Company CollPlant - Regenerative and aesthetic medicine company focused on medical aesthetics and 3D bioprinting of tissues and organs.

Company Cellink - Leading bioprinter and bioink company.

Product Hero Arm - 3D printed powered bionic hand controlled by muscles.

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

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Recent News

3D-printed Lego-inspired bricks, to heal broken bones

Medical Xpress - 25-Jul-2020

Tested some aspects in rats, could make lab-made organs for human transplant possible


3D printed heart like organoid can contract spontaneously and synchronously

University of Minnesota - 15-Jul-2020

This organoid with chambers can fit into a mouse's belly


Researchers successfully 3D-printed human-like ears in mice

New Scientist - 05-Jun-2020

Can potentially repair damaged cartilage in other parts of the human body

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