3D printing is having an enormous impact on medical applications including anatomical models, surgical planning, dentistry, patient specific implants, prosthetics, and surgical guides. Because human organs and systems are organic in shape, QIDI 3D prints are naturally suited to producing such models at lower cost and with quicker turnarounds compared to traditional approaches.

The future of 3D printing is bright and is an increasingly important pillar in the manufacturing renaissance. With the increased usage of the technology, conversations about additive manufacturing are a lot more tangible than they were just two years ago. Before, we were debating whether there is a financial or technological case to convert from traditional, high volume processes to an additive printer. Now, there are growing numbers of use-cases and demonstrable business benefits proving that additive can be used as a mainstream manufacturing technology. What can be done with 3D printing isn’t theoretical anymore; it’s fact.

View 10 25 50 Showing all 19 Results
View Cart Product successfully added to your cart.