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List of the 3D-Printing Suppliers in Orthopedics

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  1. 3D Systems (Belgium) http://www.3dsystems.com/  plastic,  3D Systems is a conglomerate of investors buying companies, selling services and machines, and competing with their own customers. Basically, they are machine vendors. They bought Layerwise in Leuven, a spin-off from the University, which is situated less than 30 minutes walk from the massive Materialise medical facilities in Leuven. Materialise is also a spin-off from the same university.
  2. 4Web (Frisco, Texas) http://4webmedical.com/  Titanium
  3. Additive Orthopedics (Little Silver, NJ) http://www.additiveortho.com/
  4. AddiHive (Limerick, Ireland) https://www.addihive.com
  5. Amplify (Maine)   https://amplifyadditive.com ebeam Ti  read interview here
  6. Arcam (Sweden) a GE additive company http://www.arcam.com/
  7. BioArchitects USA (New York, NY)  http://bioarchitects.com/  Titanium
  8. BodyCad (Quebec, Canada) http://www.bodycad.com/  design and development for unicompartmental knee, total knee, total hip, shoulder
  9. Conceptualiz, Inc. (Nova Scotia, Canada) http://www.conceptualiz.com/ anatomy samples for better surgery planning 
  10. ConforMIS (Bedford, MA) http://www.conformis.com/ CoCr, plastic
  11. Dimension Inx (Chicago) https://www.dimensioninx.com/ “Hyperelastic bone” from hydroxyapatite and 10% by weight poly(lactic-co-glycolic acid)
  12. EIT (Germany) http://www.eit-spine.de/cms/en/home/  [acquired by DePuy Synthes] porous Titanium
  13. FMI Instrumed (Netherlands) http://www.fmi-international.com/  
  14. Formus Labs (Auckland, New Zealand)  https://www.formuslabs.com/  Titanium for hips, does design work only
  15. FusedBone (Netherlands) metal http://fusedbone.com/
  16. Lattice Biologics (Phoenix, AZ) http://www.latticebiologics.com/  Extracellular Matrix on Plastic
  17. LimaCorporate (Italy) https://limacorporate.com/ longest established 3D printing company in orthopedics
  18. Marox (Holyoke, MA) titanium http://www.marox.com
  19. Materialise (Belgium) http://www.materialise.com/  plastic and metal
  20. Medacta (Switzerland) https://www.medacta.com plastic
  21. Mighty Oak Medical (Denver, CO) http://mightyoakmedical.com/
  22. Mobelife (Belgium) http://www.mobelife.be/  porous Titanium, acquired by Materialise
  23. Nanochon (Washington DC) http://www.nanochon.com/ nanostructured polyurethane (nPU) to replace damaged or lost cartilage
  24. Next21 (Japan) http://next21.info/english/index.html  ceramics
  25. Osteopore (Singapore) https://www.osteopore.com/ PCL bone grafts
  26. Oxford Performance Materials, Inc (South Windsor, CT)  http://www.oxfordpm.com/ PEEK
  27. Paragon Medical (Warsaw, IN) full service contract supplier http://www.paragonmedical.com/
  28. Particle3D (Belgium) https://particle3d.com/  calcium phosphate and fatty acid biomaterials
  29. Precision ADM (Winnipeg, Canada) https://www.precisionadm.com
  30. PrinterPREZZ https://www.printerprezz.com  open-ecosystem business model and collaborates across the supply chain with  Materialise and SI-BONE out of its facility in Fremont, CA.
  31. ReJoint (Italy) https://www.rejoint.life
  32. PolyShape (France) http://www.poly-shape.com/  Titanium, plastics 
  33. RMS (Minnesota) https://rmsmachining.com/manufacturing-services/#direct-metal-printing
  34. Slice Manufacturing (Akron) part up the NextStep companies https://slicemfg.com/  porous Titanium
  35. Tangible Solutions (Fairborn, OH)  http://tangiblesolutions3d.com/  metals and plastic
  36. Watershed Idea Foundry, Inc. (Carlsbad, CA)  https://www.watershedideas.com/  Additive Manufacturing Design, Regulatory, QA, and Production of Titanium Implants and select Instruments
  37. Xilloc Medical (Netherlands) http://www.xilloc.com/  PEEK and metals

Email me if I missed a company and I’ll add it to the list…  tiger@ tigerbuford.com

2 responses to List of the 3D-Printing Suppliers in Orthopedics

  1. Meet the future winners in Orthopedic 3D printing. | Tiger Buford December 6th, 2019 at 5:02 am

    […] Extra reading – The List of 3D Printers in Orthopedics (so far) –  https://orthostreams.com/3d/ […]

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  2. Orthopedics is going bespoke. | Tiger Buford January 15th, 2020 at 5:04 am

    […] new suppliers are jumping into this space as the cost of entry drops each year. I count over 30 companies that are printing orthopedic implant materials today.  A bespoke startup can outsource the manufacturing piece.  Ingredient #2 is […]

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