3D printed surgical guide in biocompatible material

3D printing medical and dental devices decreases labor and cost.

Rapidly Prototype Medical and Dental Models and Devices 

Biocompatible MED610, a PolyJet photopolymer, is a rigid material offering transparency and direct patient contact. Rapidly prototype medical and dental products including dental implant surgical guides and surgical orthopedic guides. VeroGlaze, MED620, an opaque material with A2 shading provides the best color match in the dental industry. 

Biocompatible Material for Medical and Dental

Biocompatible MED610 and MED620 materials are ideal for medical and dental applications requiring precise visualization and prolonged skin contact, up to 30 days skin contact and up to to 24 hours mucosal membrane contact. Biocompatible material has five medical approvals including cytotoxicity, genotoxicity, delayed type hypersensitivity, irritation and USP plastic class VI.

BEHAVIOR AND USE

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IZOD IMPACT, NOTCHED

20-30 J/m

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HDT

45-50°C

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Flexural Strength

75-110 MPa

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Tensile Strength

50-65 MPa

Biocompatible

Pre-surgery planning using 3D printed models reduces complex surgeries’ time and improves success rates.

3D printed medical solutions

PATIENT FOCUSED, SAVING TIME AND MONEY

UK-based Queen Elizabeth Hospital integrates 3D printing into its pre-surgical operations, gaining time and cost savings in operations, and enabling surgeons to work more quickly and precisely to meet the exact needs of each patient.

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