3D Systems has opened its Healthcare Technology Center in Colorado to serve as a global headquarters for the company’s healthcare operations and to support its portfolio of medical 3D printing solutions.
The new 70,000 square foot facility was officially opened during a ribbon cutting ceremony yesterday. The Center features manufacturing floors equipped with 3D printing systems for medical solutions, including devices working with Direct Metal Printing (DMP), Stereolithography (SLA), Selective Laser Sintering (SLS), ColorJet Printing (CJP) and MultiJet Printing (MJP) technologies.
3D Systems will work closely with medical practitioners and manufacturers in the field of precision healthcare, aiming to deliver optimised workflows along with improved patient outcomes. The Healthcare Center will focus on the advancement of 3D printed medical devices and implants, Virtual Surgical Planning (VSP) and immersive surgical simulation.
McAlea, Executive Vice President and Chief Operating Officer for Healthcare at 3D Systems said: “Our new Healthcare Technology Center answers the growing need of the medical community for innovative and adaptive tools designed to provide better insights, better processes and better outcomes. Our extensive and growing offering of precision healthcare and medical 3D printing solutions provide the means and skills for medical and dental professionals to overcome today’s challenges and advance the future of care.”
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