TITLE

Tapping new dimensions

AUTHOR(S)
Rubenfire, Adam
PUB. DATE
May 2016
SOURCE
Modern Healthcare;5/23/2016, Vol. 46 Issue 21, p0018
SOURCE TYPE
Trade Publication
DOC. TYPE
Article
ABSTRACT
The article reports on the increasing interest of drugmakers and medical device manufacturers in 3-D printing. Topics covered include the use of the method in the desire of neurosurgeons for a light lumbar cage made from titanium and the 3-D printing innovation of Stryker Corp. Also mentioned is the move of Stryker to open a second facility in Ireland for continuous research on how the technology could advance the medical field.
ACCESSION #
95469401

 

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