Dental & Medical Printers

Medical 3D printing is increasingly deployed in both clinical and research-based healthcare activities. It involves the creation of physical replicas of anatomical structures using 3D printing processes.


3D printing in medicine can be used to print organ models. These could also be helpful for patient education and pre-operative planning for surgeons. Just recently, scientists are using a combination of MRI and ultrasound imaging along with 3D-printing technology to help doctors prepare for surgeries. A radiologist, for instance, can create an exact replica of a patient's spine to help plan a surgery; a dentist could scan a broken tooth to make a crown that fits precisely into the patient's mouth. In both instances, the doctors can use 3D printing to make products that specifically match a patient's anatomy.

Here are some of the most significant applications of 3D printing in the medical field.

  • Medical Industry 3D Printing Software for Detailed Visualizations.

  • Create Custom 3D-Printed Tools for Medical Industry.

  • prostheses Tailor-Made for Patients.

  • Bone and Joint Reconstruction.

  • Bioprinting Artificial Organs and Tissue.

How is 3D printing being used in dentistry?

Creating a 3D image of the teeth and gums,  enables the dentist to digitally design the tooth repair and print the finished product on a 3D printer. A 3D printed surgical guide can also help the doctor to drill the gum in the right place and angle.

Access accurate, stone-like dental models for digital manufacturing in a fast, simple and economical process in your lab/office to match your production workflow needs. Producing high fidelity, the precision dental model has never been faster and easier to increase your manufacturing agility. Using 3D Systems’ MultiJet Printing (MJP) technology, the ProJet MJP 2500 Plus is designed to combine professional-grade 3D printing capabilities with an affordable price and easy part processing.

3D Systems Projet MJP 2500Plus




  • Prosthodontic models production

  • Thermoforming models production