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3D Printing


Making 3D Printing Accesible

Without digital surgery, surgeons have to rely on their own judgment and experience when they plan a procedure, which can lead to complications during surgery.

How to overcome this difficulties?

Accessible 3D printing at the Point of Care

Print Surgical Guides
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Use surgical guides for fewer errors in the OR.

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Get images processed by an expert and print the anatomical models in your own practice

Digitally Plan Surgeries
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Bring your anatomical models and your 3D plan with your team and use it for communication with the patient

Train Your Residents
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Both surgical guides and anatomical models can be used to get experience in the cases

Anatomical Models

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3D printing of anatomical models helps surgeons to plan complex procedures in less time with fewer errors than traditional methods.

By using 3D printing at the Point of Care, doctors are able to improve surgical outcomes and patient satisfaction while lowering costs for hospitals and insurance companies alike.


Approved POC Printers

Hospitals and radiologists have been taking advantage of the new technology in 3D printing.

Become one of the TECHFIT POC approved 3D printing labs.

Certified Labs

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