3D printing & digital technology have been gaining grounds in the dental practice in the recent years. Additive technologies, such as DLP are widely used to build, starting from digital files, dental models in addition to orthodontic and prosthetic devices. 3D printed patient specific implants are used more and more in clinical cases. The start-up Lake3D wants to develop the first 3D Dental printer based on Multi Material 3D inkjet.Continue reading “How are 3D printing & digital technology changing dentistry?”
by Gabi Janssen, DSM Additive Manufacturing
Regulations are changing, understanding the complete workflow, hazards, harms, and risk involved becomes key in developing a medical product. This is a collaborative exercise.Continue reading “How do regulations impact your medical production?”
Qualification of Materials for medical applications – Presented by Jasper van Dieten-Blom, DSM Additive Manufacturing, at the 3D Medical Conference, which takes place on January 30-31, 2019, at MECC Maastricht, The Netherlands.
AM yields tremendous potential for medical devices; allowing the creation of patient specific models, devices and implants. In traditional manufacturing, assuring the material choice leads to a safe and effective device is straightforward.
When using AM, this is completely different. Or is it?
Join this presentation to learn what and what not to expect from a materials supplier when developing your 3D printed medical device. Continue reading “Qualification of Materials for medical applications – Presented by Jasper van Dieten-Blom, DSM Additive Manufacturing”