Sam Brusco of ODT Magazine recently spoke with Amplify’s Brian McLaughlin and his industry peers about 3D printer innovations, expanded material options, and the emergence of a robust supply chain that are increasing confidence in additive manufacturing technologies.
ODT stands for Orthopedic Design and Technology, and is a leading publication that showcases innovation in the additive manufacturing industry.
From the article:
“Additive manufacturing (AM) or 3D printing technology is impacting how orthopedic surgeries are planned and executed. 3D printers are becoming smaller, more affordable, and more accessible, and free access to open source 3D imaging software has made clinical implementation widely feasible. Over the past decade AM advancements have improved how orthopedic surgeons can approach both common and complex cases. Advanced imaging studies can help to create musculoskeletal models to create custom orthopedic guides and instruments.” Read on here.