3D Printed Precision Instruments for Healthcare

October 8,2018

3D microprinting is boosting biomedical engineering with the highest precision and resolution of two-photon polymerization. The 3D design freedom of this additive manufacturing method inspires biomedical instruments with unique shapes and at size scales that were previously unthinkable. New studies in the field of biomedical engineering by 3D microprinting are paving the way for minimally invasive surgery and treatments with precision instruments.

Visit the new section Biomedical Engineering and learn more about our customers’ examples of biomedical devices 3D printed with Nanoscribe’s Photonic Professional GT, such as micro-optics on glass fibers for potential endoscopy applications, nerve implants, biomimicking models for drug screening, microrobots and microneedles.

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