Raise3D Pro2 Printer Plays an Important Role in Radiotherapy at AMC
3D printing, also referred to as additive manufacturing, has ignited a revolution in several industries thanks to the quick and cost-effective production of 3D objects from digital models. With the rapid advancement of flexible manufacturing and innovations in Biomedical fields, 3D printing is now widely implemented for medical purposes, such as: implant designs, surgical planning and training, and prosthetics.
You can 3D print with thermoplastics like Polycarbonate, semi-flexible plastics, ABS, which is strong and weather resistant or PLA (Polylactic Acid), which will biodegrade over time, even inside a human body!
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