Medtech manufacturers are taking advantage of this global opportunity.
The agency addresses design and manufacturing considerations, along with device submissions for product approval.
A peek at the latest miniaturization trends, including nano-robots that transport therapeutics to tumors.
Design freedom, increased accuracy, and customization, are fueling growth.
For 3D printing to thrive in the medical device space, the use of biomaterials must be expanded.
The University of Central Florida and Limbitless Solutions partner to develop the technology and move it into commercialization.
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Additive manufacturing capabilities align well with the needs of the medical device segment, enhancing product customization and enabling efficient, cost-effective production and delivery, describes Deloitte’s Glenn Snyder.
As wearables for smart monitoring require efficient components, it is estimated that 67 percent more 3D printers will be sold this year, than in the previous year, and the medical field is an area of application with great potential.