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List of the 3D-Printing Suppliers in Orthopedics

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  1. 3D Systems (Belgium)  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)  Titanium
  3. Additive Orthopedics (Little Silver, NJ)
  4. AddiHive (Limerick, Ireland)
  5. Amplify (Maine) ebeam Ti  read interview here
  6. Arcam (Sweden) a GE additive company
  7. BioArchitects USA (New York, NY)  Titanium
  8. BodyCad (Quebec, Canada)  design and development for unicompartmental knee, total knee, total hip, shoulder
  9. Conceptualiz, Inc. (Nova Scotia, Canada) anatomy samples for better surgery planning 
  10. ConforMIS (Bedford, MA) CoCr, plastic
  11. Dimension Inx (Chicago) “Hyperelastic bone” from hydroxyapatite and 10% by weight poly(lactic-co-glycolic acid)
  12. EIT (Germany)  [acquired by DePuy Synthes] porous Titanium
  13. FMI Instrumed (Netherlands)  
  14. Formus Labs (Auckland, New Zealand)  Titanium for hips, does design work only
  15. FusedBone (Netherlands) metal
  16. Lattice Biologics (Phoenix, AZ)  Extracellular Matrix on Plastic
  17. LimaCorporate (Italy) longest established 3D printing company in orthopedics
  18. Marox (Holyoke, MA) titanium
  19. Materialise (Belgium)  plastic and metal
  20. Medacta (Switzerland) plastic
  21. Mighty Oak Medical (Denver, CO)
  22. Mobelife (Belgium)  porous Titanium, acquired by Materialise
  23. Nanochon (Washington DC) nanostructured polyurethane (nPU) to replace damaged or lost cartilage
  24. Next21 (Japan)  ceramics
  25. Osteopore (Singapore) PCL bone grafts
  26. Oxford Performance Materials, Inc (South Windsor, CT) PEEK
  27. Paragon Medical (Warsaw, IN) full service contract supplier
  28. Particle3D (Belgium)  calcium phosphate and fatty acid biomaterials
  29. Precision ADM (Winnipeg, Canada)
  30. PrinterPREZZ  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)
  32. PolyShape (France)  Titanium, plastics 
  33. RMS (Minnesota)
  34. Slice Manufacturing (Akron) part up the NextStep companies  porous Titanium
  35. Tangible Solutions (Fairborn, OH)  metals and plastic
  36. Watershed Idea Foundry, Inc. (Carlsbad, CA)  Additive Manufacturing Design, Regulatory, QA, and Production of Titanium Implants and select Instruments
  37. Xilloc Medical (Netherlands)  PEEK and metals

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

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

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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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