We have leveraged our 3D printing service to top few surgical manufacturing companies. With the experience in manufacturing in-demand surgical and anatomical parts, we have listed below how surgeries are transformed with 3D printing capabilities. Role of 3D printing in surgeries is wide spread and has the following use cases.
Anatomical models and patient specific templates are created to assist surgeons to assist with surgery. For these, patient models are mandatory to support medical professionals to plan preoperative and intraoperative visualization.
Producing similar models with 3D printing is less expensive that makes it a more viable choice before taking the real action. Patient customised 3D printed model surgical procedures are now common for surgeries that are complicated. This will help to undergo a mock surgery that reduces mistakes in the real time.
Single use, procedure specific, surgeon match equipment which are in demand development with surgeon input are requiring 3D printing these days. This speeds up the process combining with the digital data from scans with surgical feedback. This is an advancement in the industry leading to cost-effective processes. The surgical tools such as scalpel handles, forceps or clamps are 3D printed. These surgeons operate quickly and efficiently improving the results.
Disposable Surgical Equipment
Single use instruments are extremely high. These are prepackaged, individually wrapped and pre-sterilized. Manufacturers of instruments face a problem in swiftly and efficiently creating new instruments that will satisfy the demanding standards of the medical sector.
At Crenodez, we have a regulated process of manufacturing in-demand surgical equipment with our 3D printing service. Once the file is sent to us for design and manufacturing takes place as per your requirement in estimated time. We also provide consultative design service, where one of our engineer will help you to provide necessary advice on material and type of 3D printing service to suit your requirement.
Prototyping and feasibility testing are the following steps to ensure functionality. Your design might need to go through multiple iterations as a result. You might leverage quick prototyping technologies, such 3D printing, in the early stages. A word of caution, though: make sure that any future revisions can still be manufactured using this technology and bear in mind what your eventual production method will be.