Linde and 3D Medlab have embarked on a collaboration that could prove to be quite powerful in the development of orthopedic devices.
Focusing on the creation of improved, complex lattices for implants, Linde and 3D Medlab will be working together to optimize atmospheric solutions during the fabrication of such structures. While Linde serves as a global leader in engineering and industrial gases, 3D Medlab too is a substantial leader within medical 3D printing, and more specifically for cardiovascular and orthopedic applications.
Orthopedics and bone regeneration are historically an area of medicine fraught with challenge. Trying to imitate human body parts is an extremely complex process, not to mention creating the proper materials for implants and building suitable structures for patient-specific care. Structures like lattices must be stable, possess strong, required mechanical properties, and most of all, be able to sustain growth […]
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