We offer 3D printing services for medical applications. We can print inside an ISO Class 7 cleanroom when needed, of outside the cleanroom in a clean working environment for low-risk prints. We have or can obtain the following 3D printing technologies.
- Fused Deposition Modelling (FDM) or also called fused filament fabrication (FFF)
- High temperature FDM or also called PEEK printing
- Stereolithography (SLA)
- Solvent cast 3D printing.
- Nylon selective laser sintering (SLS)
We offer test prints for only €50 or €100 per print, depending on size and complexity. For this, we will review the design, make a test print and provide you with a short report on the printability and which (e.g. design or orientation) changes are required. we will send the sample to you by post.
Applications of medical devices
Below are examples of product types we could print, but surprise us with your new developments!
Vosfox Medical has experience with Bioprinting of API in polymers. We are expanding our knowledge towards bioprinting with cells.
Medical models can be made with an SLA printer, resulting in smooth, nice looking models. If the bone model requires to act as a bone (can be cut with a saw or screws placed in it, We can make models using an FDM or SLS printer using FibreTuff.
3D printed Surgical Guides
With our SLA printers, using medical or dental resins, or using FDM printers with any material you wish we can make surgical guides. We choose materials with excellent biocompatibility that can be sterilized. We print our surgical guides in a Class 7 cleanroom, preventing contamination and reducing bioburden and endotoxin values.
FibreTuff s a composite material that has bone-like properties with excellent drill and screw retention. The material is biocompatible. It has passed the USP Class VI testing.
FibreTuff models can be autoclaved and be made into a model with bone-like radiopacity, making the material suitable as phantom material
3D printed Implants
We can print bone implants, cartilage implants or other innovative implants. This can be done with medical grade filaments, made at Vosfox Medical.
Low volume parts
If you sell medical equipment in limited numbers per year and you need a plastic part, than injection moulding might be too expensive and 3D printing your solution.