3D printed heart in the hands of a surgeon.


3D printing empowers health care heroes

In a field where innovation saves lives, Stratasys 3D Printing solutions empower doctors, researchers and medical device manufacturers to work faster, test more thoroughly and personalize care like never before.

3D Printing in Medicine

Around the world, growth in medical spending outpaces inflation, and patients are taking on a greater share of the cost and clinical decision making. By adapting agilely and accelerating the pace of innovation, you can improve patient care while sustaining or improving profitability. Our 3D printing solutions — comprising technology, materials, services and medical-industry expertise — can help you enhance clinical outcomes or economic value at every step in the health care delivery value chain.

Medical device innovation

Worrell Medical Device

Accelerate medical innovation with advanced rapid prototyping. Complete more revisions in less time, and reduce time to verification and validation.
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Medical manufacturing

FDM enabled Acist to design this display assembly with fewer parts than were possible before.

For early commercialization or clinical trial evaluation, eliminate manufacturing constraints and make production more agile and responsive.
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Clinical training and education

Clinical Training With Fewer Limitations

Elevate staff preparedness and train anywhere using models that accurately represent a range of clinical scenarios and pathologies.
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Preclinical device testing

Vascular model at Jacob’s Institute

Improve device design by testing on realistic, clinically relevant anatomical models. Faster, more reliable results mean you can release proven products sooner.
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Sales aids and demos

3D printed models allow surgeons to practice procedures before performing them on human patients.

Increase physician confidence and adoption by demonstrating medical devices on realistic anatomical models you can take anywhere.
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Personalized patient care

4-year-old Mia holding a 3D printed replica of her heart.

Optimize therapy and improve the chances of success with patient-derived surgical pre-planning models.
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Medical Innovation Series

Groups of closely related organs are 3D printed for medical students to learn.

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Shaping Young Hearts

4-year-old Mia holding a 3D printed replica of her heart.

3D printing prepares doctors for life-saving pediatric heart surgery.

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