Eurocoating and Turbocoating have long been at the forefront of research, design, engineering and manufacturing in the medical, IGT and aviation field.
Now, through the creation of Lincotek Additive, we are combining our experience and expertise in the additive market.
If your business needs a reliable and sophisticated additive supply chain, our track record is hard to beat. We have 3D-printed over half a million devices with best-in-class yield rates, material consumption and per-unit costs.
Meditool has developed its own hardware and software systems. The software can read and process images directly from commonly used magnetic resonance imaging (MRI) or computed tomography scan (CT) devices. A readily printable 3D model is generated by the software and sent to the printer. The implants are 3D printed with a high-performance polymer supplied by Evonik called Polyetheretherketone (PEEK).
Nexxt Spine designs and manufactures 100% of all implants and 95% of all instruments at our state-of-the-art facility located in Noblesville, IN. Since our origin in 2009, we have focused on delivering in all facets of business from optimized product design to reliable customer service.
Since 1992, Engimplan has developed solutions in high value-added prosthetics, instruments and orthopedic implants, overturning old concepts and idealizing products that excel in high technology, quality, reliability, and innovation, in compliance with the most stringent national and international supervisory bodies standards. Engimplan has always been a pioneer in implant personalization, developing tailor-made solutions for every patient.
Strait Access Technologies (SAT) was founded in 2008 as a start-up company at the University of Cape Town. Our objective is the development of cost effective and enabling technologies to treat heart valve diseases. Our focus is primarily on creating intelligent surgical products to treat Rheumatic patients in emerging economies. Solving the complex technical challenges for devices required in younger Rheumatic candidates, has resulted in breakthrough solutions that have competitive advantages for older patients with degenerative heart valve conditions – in emerging and developed economies.
ADEISS, which is based in London Ontario Canada is positioning itself to assume a leadership role in the provision of precise, bio-compatible, 3D printed medical devices designed to materially improve patient care and reduce risk, all at a lower cost to the recipient, the clinician and the health care system.
Osseus is a medical device firm focused on unique, novel and new technology products, including: the Black Diamond Pedicle Screw System (PSS) – a trailblazing fixation system technology, White Pearl Preferred Angle Anterior Cervical Plate (ACP) – a cervical spine fixation device, and Red Ruby Anchored Cervical Interbody (ACI) – a revisable cervical Interbody system.
Koln 3D (Industry) Co. Ltd. has rich experience in the production of plastic molds and plastic products, and it further uses of advanced 3D metal printing technology. We committed to the production of high-precision, high efficiency innovative mold technology such as 3D conformal cooling waterway applications, leading plastic mold making industry on the road of new technology.
Norman Noble manufactures the next generation of medical implants. But we don’t just manufacture these products, we design the process that allows them to exist and then we innovate the process for manufacturability, quality and efficiency. We’ve been doing this since 1946.
STI Laser Industries Ltd., is an original equipment manufacturer (OEM) specializing in laser cutting and finishing of miniature metal components.
STI provides a comprehensive manufacturing platform for medical device, bio-engineering and hi-tech companies. STI focuses on medical device manufacturing of implants and surgical tools intended for Minimally Invasive Surgery (MIS) procedures.
BRECA Health Care is based in Granada, Spain and was founded in 2011 to bring to patients new treatments based in emerging technologies as 3D printing. Now the company has presence and have register the products in the EU, Colombia, Costa Rica and Mexico and is being incorporated in the USA.
In 2009, Dr Didier Nimal created OsseoMatrix and invented a proprietary process of 3D direct printing of biological ceramics. This breakthrough innovation developed in collaboration with multidisciplinary research teams expert in the field of biology (CNRS), biomaterials (School of Mines) and process engineering (CEA), allows the manufacture of 3rd generation implants. These implants are custom made from patients' CTs to perfectly fit the anatomy of bone loss. Their composition is similar to the mineral bone and their internal porosity is programmed to guide bone healing. Alternative to bone grafts, OsseoMatrix implants are set up using a minimally invasive surgical procedure.
EIT is the first medical device manufacturer in the orthopaedic field to exclusively focus on implants that are designed and produced with additive manufacturing methods.
EIT pushes the boundaries of traditional implant manufacturing to obtain versatile, anatomically designed porous implants with increased functionality and maximal bone ingrowth capabilities for all spinal segments.
The EIT implants made of EIT Cellular Titanium® address the shortcomings of the current designs and materials, thereby obtaining optimal clinical outcome and maximum patient satisfaction.
The goal of Additive Orthopaedics is the integration of advanced manufacturing and biologics for the benefit of a better patient outcome. The company is laser focused on leveraging the patient, technological and cost benefits of additive manufacturing into the global orthopaedics market.