3D printing is establishing its criticality to the life sciences industry more every day. Used to create anatomically precise models for surgery preparation, to craft prostheses and medtech prototypes, and now even proving its salt as a viable option for mass-produced components, the ceiling for this technology is limitless. In this eBook, Med Device Online has assembled insights from some of the experts in this field among our editorial contributors.
Matt Jacobson of Reed Smith, LLP, explores regulations and liability issues surrounding this quickly evolving technology, while Cooper Consulting Service’s Tommy Cooper walks readers through the finer points of device prototyping phases. Jon Wenderoth of Essential breaks down the process of transitioning from functional prototype to high-volume manufacturing and distribution. PWC’s James Varelis and Brian S. Williams of Cognizant wrap up the eBook by analyzing 3D printing’s implications across the medtech value chain.
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