Materialise and Formlabs want to bring more 3D printing labs to hospitals

Materialise (Leuven, Belgium) and Formlabs (Somerville, Mass.) have forged a partnership to help deliver cost-effective solutions to hospitals that want to start in-house 3D printing labs. The partnership combines Materialise’s Mimics inPrint medical imaging software with Formlabs’s Form 2 printers to create a complete 3D printing package that will help implement patient-specific care that is an affordable price-per-print. Using

3D printing can give your medtech startup a competitive edge

You need to be fast and nimble to compete. A strong maker culture enabled by 3D design and 3D printing could be the way to do it. Derek Mathers, Worrell It can be a lonely world for medical and biotechnology startup entrepreneurs during the early days. Despite their deep desire to introduce and scale novel life-extending

New algorithms deliver faster speeds and more efficient 3D prints

Formlabs, makers of the Form 1+ 3D Printer, released new functionality that improves performance of their printers. Draft Mode, a new print resolution, allows the Form 1+ to…

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Formlabs announces new suite of functional resins

Formlabs, the makers of the Form 1+ SLA 3D Printer, announced a new family of high-performance functional resins. The new resins, Castable and Flexible, add capabilities to the…

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