Last year, Stratasys launched its J750 Digital Anatomy 3D printer, which produces anatomical models that mimic the actual feel, responsiveness, and biomechanics of human anatomy. Models can be punctured, sutured, cut, and physically manipulated like actual human tissue. This capability minimizes the use of animals and cadavers for clinical trials and surgical training. Hospitals, healthcare institutions and medical schools can use these lifelike 3D models to improve clinical evaluation for a range of pathologies, as well as bring new medical devices to market faster.
Stratasys recently announced recent success stories of this printer in hospitals around the world.