Stratasys is further extending its commitment to the medical industry with the new J750 Digital Anatomy 3D Printer.
Designed to replicate the feel, responsiveness and biomechanics of human anatomy in medical models, the system improves surgical preparedness and training while helping bring new medical devices to market faster.
Today, medical professionals have a choice of cadavers, animal, traditional, or virtual reality models which all have significant limitations. Unlike animal models that only approximate human anatomy and may raise ethical concerns, or cadaver models that cannot retain live-tissue feel and require a controlled environment, the Digital Anatomy 3D Printer recreates actual tissue response – and can be used anywhere without specialised facilities.
It also lets users focus on specific pathologies. “We believe in the potential of 3D printing to provide better healthcare, and the Digital Anatomy 3D Printer is a major step forward,” said Stratasys Healthcare Business Unit Head Eyal […]
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