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  • Health systems, hospitals, surgery centers and specialized clinics have begun integrating 3D printing solutions to deliver devices to be used at the point-of-care. This includes personalized anatomic models.

    In accordance with the 2017 FDA guidelines for 3D-printed, patient-specific anatomic models, diagnostic-quality models must be an output of a Class II-regulated medical device software. 3D Systems is the only company that offers both software solutions and compatible printers that meet this regulatory requirement.

  • With over 30 years of experience in the healthcare industry, you can count on us to create patient-specific anatomic models for pre-operative surgical planning and diagnostic purposes. You can use them to: 

    • Review patient anatomy with patients and their families
    • Preplan surgeries and use VR to rehearse the procedure
    • Choose from a wide variety of materials to 3D print full-color anatomic models as well as biocompatible and sterilizable anatomic models.
“The ability to use a few products from the same company helped us achieve a faster and smoother process to the end result, without wasting time between the workflow steps.”
—Dr. Adib Zoabi, Craniomaxillofacial Fellow, Galilee Medical Center, Nahariya, Israel
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  • Anatomic Models

    Not ready to bring 3D printing in-house? 3D Systems offers a service to print anatomic models for you.

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  • VSP® Surgical Planning Solutions

    In addition, 3D Systems offers surgical planning solutions that combine best-in-class digital workflows with the industry’s broadest additive manufacturing portfolio of printers and materials to deliver comprehensive patient-matched solutions.

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    From Images to 3D Printing Point-of-Care Solutions Webinar

    Learn about the latest cutting-edge solutions for the POC 3D printing lab and how to implement them in your healthcare facility.

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    3D Systems, Veterans Health Administration Collaboration Transforms Patient Care for U.S. Veterans

    The Veterans Health Administration (VHA) have entered into a contract to employ additive manufacturing solutions to better serve Veterans with next-generation medical devices produced at the point of care.

Software for Point of Care Solutions

  • D2P® software is an FDA 510(k) cleared and CE marked medical device for pre-operative surgical planning and producing 3D printed anatomic models for diagnostic purposes. Its super-fast, AI-based, automated segmentation tools and intuitive user interface were designed for use by medical personnel. D2P also includes a complimentary plug in for advanced 3D visualization using VR technology that enables you to launch and view patient pathologies instantly—anytime, anywhere.

  • Geomagic® Freeform® organic 3D design software has advanced design tools for working with complex, organic shapes like patient anatomy and allows greater flexibility and user-friendly interaction with the modeling shape when used with a Geomagic Touch™ or Geomagic Touch X™ haptic device.

    Geomagic Freeform is not a medical device and 3D System makes no claims that it is intended to treat, plan, or diagnose. However, there is evidence and publicly-available research that indicates many customers are successful using Geomagic Freeform in their own patient-specific solution workflows and are following all local regulatory requirements.

  • 3D Sprint® plastic AM software is included with all 3D Systems plastic printers. With 3D Sprint, you can streamline time to print with a single, easy-to-use interface; facilitate file preparation with native CAD import; enhance manufacturing efficiency with finely-tuned supports; increase productivity with auto placement; and accurately estimate material usage and print time.

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