Training on human-like, 3D printed parts increases the quality of skills doctors obtain during training and the medical treatment of patients.
Advantages of 3D printing include precise control of droplet size and dose, high reproducibility, and the ability to produce dosage forms with complex drug-release profile.
3D printing allows to 3D print medical and lab equipment. It is possible to 3D print plastic parts of the equipment. This makes equipment more readily available and allows low-income or hard to access areas to get 3D printed medical equipment more easily.
3D printers give users the freedom to choose, e.g. different designs, forms, sizes and colors of their prostheses. This makes every 3D printed piece personalized.
3D printing allows you to reorient production to meet any needs and requests as quickly as possible, as well as increase the volume of deliveries at minimal cost.