For most industries, technological advancement is a top priority. Healthcare is even more affected.
3D printing is the key to this transformation. Personalization is often referred as the future in healthcare. 3D printing can enable the production of custom-made devices for each patient.
To broaden that application – or to make the personalisation in healthcare more widespread – the sector requires software that makes designing 3D printed devices simple, even for people who don’t have technical knowledge of 3D printing, like clinicians who are not trained in this area.
Although additive manufacturing is still in its critical phase, its impact on the sector’s future is already being felt. It has the potential to help with complex surgeries and guide future innovation.
As a result, forecasts believe that medical device additive manufacturing could grow to as much as $9.8 billion by 2031. In addition, estimates have shown that 90% of top 50 medical device manufacturers worldwide use 3D printing to produce accurate prototypes.
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