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Ortho Oncology

Orthopaedics was the first specialization to have benefitted from 3D Printing technology over 25 years ago. Anatomical models help surgeons accurately plan their surgery and prepare for complications. Pre-designing the cuts and drills on CAD and using the 3D Printed outputs in the surgery can reduce surgical time and patient recovery time. We create custom implants to snuggly fit the patient's anatomy and avoid any chances of implant failure.


Patient Specific

Anatomical Models

We specialize in converting patient-specific 2D CT/MRI/ECHO DICOM data into 3D printed models made from multiple materials with varying opacities and shore hardness. We can convert patient data across various specialties and through individual and a combination of several scanning modes. These models are also excellent educational and simulation tools.

Patient Specific

Cutting and Drilling Guides

A well-designed surgical guide to match the patient's anatomy can improve the surgical procedure by guiding the cutting and drilling.


Patient Specific

Titanium Implants

3D modelling and 3D printing allow us to create custom implants tailored to the patient's unique anatomy. Prefabricated implants' design, shape and fit constraints do not limit our 3D-printed implants.

Patient Specific

Education and Simulation Models

To ensure that future medical professionals are adequately prepared for diverse scenarios and can provide excellent care, they must train under realistic conditions to not jeopardize patient safety.

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