Create your medical models, tools and devices faster and more efficient using 3D printing technology, with the right materials that are fit for your medical applications. Our materials have helped health professionals create models, tools and devices and now we’re working on materials technology to produce fully finished 3D printed applications like dental implants.
Addigy® F2045 is a partially bio-based thermoplastic copolyester that passed testing for ISO 10993-10 Irritation/Intracutaneous reactivity, ISO 10993-5 Cytotoxicity and USP class VI for medical implants
Somos® BioClear is a clear stereolithography material ideal for small run, customized, non-implantable limited body contact (<24hr) medical and dental applications.
Somos® EvoLVe 128 is a durable stereolithography material that produces accurate, highly detailed parts with easy finishing.
ProReva, Twikit and Ultimaker together create a comprehensive digital workflow to produce customized and personalized 3D printed orthotics and prosthetics.
GE Healthcare transformed their product development process resulting in faster prototype production and cost savings of nearly 70%.
Stratasys Direct Manufacturing worked with doctors to 3D print models of patients’ hearts for doctors to use as part of their preparation before surgery.
When Michael lost his arm in a serious car accident, his son designed, manufactured and built a new prosthetic arm.
When a patient needed a bone graft in a hard-to-access location, doctors utilized 3D printing to create a model based on the patient’s shoulder bone and better prepare for surgery.
A life-size phantom head was printed to test the effect of electromagnetic waves on biological tissue.
Slender Medical reduced time-to-market with additive manufacturing, 3D printing functional prototypes to quickly refine and demonstrate their new esthetic healthcare product.
Get in touch with our experts to discuss how Covestro can help you tap into the full potential of additive manufacturing.
*The parameters for medical testing are limited. It remains the responsibility of the device manufacturer to determine the usage fit for each particular device.