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Exciting times for 3D printing at RSNA 2016!

December 1, 2016 News

Using patient-specific scanning to create 3D printed medical models continues to gain significant momentum in the radiology community.  This is evident at this year’s Radiological Society of North America’s (RSNA) Annual Meeting (going on now through Dec. 2nd) by the multiple courses offered on the topic as well as the society’s recent partnership with Stratasys to create a 3D Printing Special Interest Group. Stratasys is providing support at the meeting with hands-on training, demonstrations and examples of how 3D printing is being used in hospitals today. Below are just some of the amazing printed parts Stratasys has on display. 


  Interested in learning more about 3D printing for surgical planning?  Check out the Stratasys white paper “The Clinical and Economical Promise of 3D Printing for Surgical Planning.

Posted by Heather Adams