Medical- Photocentric 3D, Daylight Polymer, 3D Printing, Clinical
Manufacturers of 3D polymer. Affordable Daylight 3D polymers for Liquid Crystal and UV 3D polymers for DLP and SLA 3D printers.
Manufacturers of 3D polymer. Affordable Daylight 3D polymers for Liquid Crystal and UV 3D polymers for DLP and SLA 3D printers. 3D Printer manufacturers. 3D printers. Liquid Crystal printer. Industrial 3D printer
The wide uptake of 3d printing in medical treatment has the
potential to revolutionise complex patient care.
Recent studies have shown that the use of
3d printed models can cut operating theatre time by up to 30%, resulting in both better post-operative recuperation as well as increasing theatre capacity for procedures.
With prostheses, bespoke 3d printed devices fit better,
and are significantly cheaper than traditionally made bespoke pieces.
The use of a model prior to surgery in this case
can not only assist the physician, but can also help
alleviate concerns of the patient and relatives around complex surgery.
The use of 3d printed models can help
to educate the next generation of medical professionals, as well as aiding continuing
professional development. As well as traditional hard models, our range of printers
can produce highly compelling flexible models.
Photocentric is working to be at the forefront of the bespoke
3D movement in medicine. From the production of anatomical models for surgical planning and training, to prostheses and cutting guides, we can offer clinicians a partnership to help deliver better outcomes faster and at a lower cost. If you want to be part of this journey, then please get in touch at firstname.lastname@example.org.
A partnership with clinicians
Including whole longbones or joint structures such as the pelvic area, we recommend the Pro printer. Again, excellent results have been achieved using Daylight Pro Firm Cream and Flexible Amber resins.
For larger complex parts
printers and resins
The Liquid Crystal HR yields excellent results both with the Daylight Firm and Flexible resins.