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Metal 3D printing for healthcare

3D printing, also known as additive manufacturing, is an exciting technology whose benefits are being readily embraced with real life applications being developed daily.

Metal 3D printing removes many of the constraints seen in more traditional manufacturing methods such as milling, casting or fabrication. This opens up new possibilities for complex geometries and mass customisation of parts, at a commercially viable cost, that were previously unfeasible.

The possibilities of additive manufacturing

Metal 3D printing removes many of the constraints seen in more traditional manufacturing methods such as milling, casting or fabrication. This opens up new possibilities for complex geometries and mass customisation of parts, at a commercially viable cost, that were previously unfeasible.

With the capability of producing complex features and accurate parts, metal 3D printing is highly suited to the production of medical and dental devices in both cobalt chrome and titanium.

Additive manufacturing can be applied to custom medical device manufacture for craniomaxillofacial implants and guides. Orthopaedics and dental devices are just some of the areas in which additive manufacturing is being used, with many more applications possible. Renishaw is keen to work with its customers to improve existing custom devices, or develop new applications that are yet to be exploited.

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Metal 3D printing - an overview

Renishaw's laser melting is a pioneering additive manufacturing process capable of producing fully dense metal parts direct from 3D CAD files using a high-powered fibre laser. Parts are built from a range of fine metal powders that are fully melted in a tightly controlled atmosphere layer by layer in thicknesses ranging from 20 to 100 microns. Want to know more?

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3D modelling and printing

  • A patient who suffered cancer of the lower jaw required removal of the affected region coupled with reconstructive work.

Mission to Nepal

  • A young mother received ground-breaking surgery at the expert hands of consultant Oral and Maxillofacial surgeon Shakir Mustafa during an aid and education mission visit to Nepal. See how pre-planned processes created a perfectly fitting implant with excellent surgical results.

Facial reconstruction using metal 3D printing

  • レニショーの特注製作の切断および配置ガイドにより、患者が笑顔を取り戻しました。 外科医の Adrian Sugar 氏は、3D 印刷で作成したコバルトクロム製切断および配置ガイドを活用することで、顔面再建手術をスムーズに進めることができました。この結果に非常に満足した Sugar 氏は、「これまでの手術とはレベルがまったく異なる素晴らしい結果が得られました」と話しています。

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