EMERGING FRONTIER IN 3D PRINTING IN
HEALTHCARE TO DIVERSIFY THE INDUSTRY

Patient needs are specific and so are the solutions.
While yesterday’s medical solutions might not suffice,
today’s 3D printing is adding an extra dimension with Additive Accelerator.

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Future of 3D printing in healthcare sector
is with Additive Accelerator

With numerous medical breakthroughs in today’s technological era, 3D printing is proving to be a boon for both medical professionals and patients across the globe. 3D printing is employed primarily for the development of advanced surgical equipment comprising drilling and cutting guides, prosthetics as well as development of patient-specific immitation of bones, organs, blood vessels and even body parts.

What really makes the impact is that 3D printing helps in generation of three-dimensional physical object, in any shape, from a digital model by using instructions from a digital file. A digital file is rendered to get the desired end product.

Intriguing enough for the medical industry? Possible with Additive Accelerator!

DIVE DEEP INTO HUMAN ANATOMY WITH 3D PRINTING WITH ADDITIVE ACCELERATOR

What is the future of 3D printing in healthcare industry?

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Major Advancement in Current and Future Surgical Procedures

3D printing is finding its way in manufacturing and development of advance surgical equipment and tools which can be developed.

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Creating Specific and Custom Body Parts

Bones, skin, blood vessels and what not; you name it and that will be developed with the help of 3D printing to create more complex transplants for the ailing patients.

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Developing Prosthetics

With the ever-growing usage of 3D printing, it is also possible to develop prosthetic organs for those in need to avoid infections or disease, with more complicated designs and structures.

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Reduced Wait Time and Sterilization

Yes, with the ability to use 3D printing for various pre-surgical calculations and patient relief, waiting time will be reduced enormously thus cutting down the costs.

REVOLUTIONIZE THE HEALTHCARE INDUSTRY WITH MODERN 3D PRINTING

3D Printing Based Treatment v/s Conventional
Way of Treatment

The debate is real and worth noticing:

  • Conventional treating methodology does not permit treatment of patients on a bigger scale and with ease, while keeping it economical. But 3D printing counters the same because it’s more about computerized knowledge than complete human interference and interaction.
  • 3D printing has higher patient assurance for desirable outcomes, outweighing the conventional method.
  • Lastly, conventional treatment methods take longer procedural time while 3D printing does the job without sacrificing results.

3D DESIGN AND MANUFACTURING TAILORS NEEDS OF VARIOUS INDUSTRIES BESIDES MEDICINE

Not just medicine and science, even other industries are leveraging benefits with this growing trend:

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Education

Educational institutes are trying to be in sync with the cutting edge technology for both research and education purposes.

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Robotics

Customizable, more complex and lighter robotic parts are furinshing greater 3D printing benefits.

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Manufacturing

Ability to produce end-to-end tools with more intricate details and lesser downtime is also advantageous.

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Aerospace

Developing light-weight yet low volume parts with the ability to withstand extreme temperatures and load, is accentuated by 3D printing these days and hopefully in the future as well.

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Automotive

Cradles, prototypes and fixturesare often designed and developed in the automobile sector and this is where 3D printing comes into play and much more!

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Consumer Goods

The consumer goods industry is opening up to new opportunities in product design and development through 3D printing.

EMPLOY STATE OF THE ART TECHNOLOGY OF 3D PRINTING FOR AND BEFORE COMPLEX SURGICAL OPERATIONS

Why Additive Accelerator for your 3D printing needs?

  • Requirement based impalnts
  • Patient specific surgical guides
  • Reproduction of exact yet tangible anatomical models
  • Dedicated approach to 3D printing solutions with total legal compliance
  • Lastly, 24*7 consultation for any questions
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3D PRINTING WORKFLOW BY ADDITIVE ACCELERATOR

1

Data acquisition of the patient and medical history, with requirements and needs

2

Data upload for further inspection and interaction

3

Case planning and designing of product within the design team, with the medical staff and the patient

4

3D printing of the requisite product with appropriate material and processing

5

Final delivery to the patient with probable feedback

FREQUENTLY ASKED QUESTIONS

Charles Hull, holder of a Bachelor’s degree in Engineering Physics, gave birth to 3D printing, called “stereolithography” in the 1980s while working on making plastic objects from photopolymers in his then company.

He then went on to create a 3D printer, namely “stereolithography apparatus” which was later adopted by numerous companies in 1988 to develope their versions of 3D printers for commerical operations.

There are four major applications of 3D printing in medicine, namely bioprinting tissues (meaning it mimics human tissues but on a small scale), developing surgical instruments such that they are both precise and sterile, creating custom patient specific prosthetics and patient specific surgery models to work on before the actual surgery procedure(s). Corneal transplant is already a reality with millions of people waiting every year for the same.

It is forecasted that with more advancements, 3D printing might be used in bioprinting complex and heterogeneous organs like kidney, liver and even a fully-funcitoning heart.

Cost involved in 3D printing in the medical industry completely depends on the requirements, needs and intricacy level of the product. Higher these parameters, more is the cost involved but is still reasonable as compared to conventional methods of treatment.

Patient satisfaction and safety are of utmost importance to Additive Accelerator. Our anatomical models comply well with the FDA approved guidelines, with the design control requirements, which have been laid down as follows:

  • Durable, secure and safe materials
  • Providing support of removal with no marks or residues, but also not affecting the overall effectiveness of the product or its safety
  • Complying to QS regulation by documenting, describing and identifying the product throughout its entire product life cycle

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