Medical Field 3D Printing Services

We Provide Professional One-stop Additive Manufacturing Services

The medical field is a constantly changing environment, and medical professionals are always looking for the most innovative tools. 3D printing medical innovative solutions help practitioners (doctors, prosthetics technicians) to customize medical models, surgical guides, implants or orthoses specifically for patients, reduce patient costs and shorten treatment cycles.

Medical Surgery Model And Guide

Customer Request:Make a 1:1 human bone model for medical diagnosis and surgical planning; the model needs to have certain strength and toughness, and can be drilled and cut

PTJ Solution

  • 1. Use SLS plastic nylon 3D printing to fully meet customer requirements

  • 2. Using nylon 3D printing material, its high toughness and high strength are very suitable for the requirements of human bone model, assisting in surgical planning and simulation

  • 3. The size of the model and the medical image can be completely consistent, which can be used as the main basis for surgical planning

  • 4. Multiple models can be produced at the same time, reducing costs and shortening the production cycle

Elbow Joint

Customer Request: Elbow joint fully integrated with prosthetic arm

PTJ Solution

  • 1. Metal 3D printing technology is suitable for personalized and complex geometric structures, which can ensure a good match with the patient's joint

  • 2. The titanium alloy used for printing has good biocompatibility

  • 3. Rapid prototyping of complex parts greatly reduces production costs

Dental Appliance

Customer Request: Beautiful, comfortable and easy to disassemble and install

PTJ Solution

  • 1. Resin 3D printing technology is suitable for personalized customization, complex geometric structures, and transparent materials

  • 2. The production capacity can be controlled and expanded, shorten the production cycle, and greatly reduce the production cost

Prosthetic Mechanical Aids

Customer Request: Over the years, various organizations have continuously tried to develop fully functional biomechanical assistive devices for stroke patients who have lost one-handed mobility. Although the existing development results provide stroke patients with a certain degree of hand mobility, they still have flexibility. Shortcomings such as limited, cumbersome and heavy structure.

PTJ Solution

Through the three-dimensional scanning technology, the patient's hand bone condition can be completely restored; the obtained 3D data can be customized by resin 3D printing or mechanical assistive devices.