3D printing is penetrating into our lives, especially in hospitals, and the development rate is rapid. The application of 3D printing in hospitals can technically be divided into four levels, including preoperative planning, surgical guide and rehabilitation stents, orthopedic matching and human implantation, and living organ printing. Living organ printing is in the early stages of exploration in the world so far, while the first three have been applied to different levels of medical practice.

3D printing has become a trend in personalized medicine. Driven by rapid prototyping technology, software development and integration, 3D printing for hospitals has reached a climax. By using 3D printing, hospitals can carry out internal digital manufacturing. 3D printing uses software algorithms to visualize diseased organs and tissues based on original medical image data. In addition, 3D bioprinting works with bio-inks to create tissue-like structures that can be used in the medical field.


CD BioSciences is a trusted provider of 3D printing solutions, providing leading materials and technology services to global hospitals. Our 3D printing materials and technologies have been recognized by clinical departments and doctors in many hospitals around the world, and have also won the hope of recovery for many patients.


3D printed anatomical models based on patient scan data enable personalized precision medicine and play an increasing role in medical practice.

Steps to print lesion models

  • Patient data is collected by scanning the patient's anatomy with CT or MRI scans.
  • The patient's scan results are converted into a file format for 3D printing.
  • Print the model
  • Post-treatment and sterilization

Benefits of 3D printing for hospitals

The application of 3D printing in the medical industry includes surgical models, surgical guides, metal implants and rehabilitation for AIDS, etc., covering many clinical disciplines. The deep integration of 3D printing technology with clinical applications has made 3D printing technology a valuable tool.

  • Reduce surgical risks and improve safety

Through 3D printing, the diseased parts of patients can be directly "cloned" by printing, restoring the real situation of the human body, more intuitively showing the spatial position relationship between tissues and organs, helping doctors to carry out accurate preoperative planning, greatly improving the efficiency, accuracy and safety of surgery.

  • Personalized customization

With 3D printing, implants can be made "tailored" to each patient's needs, so the patient's irregular lesions are better fitted, as well as the patient's pain is reduced.

  • Improve doctor-patient communication

Using the 3D printed 1:1 model, the location, size and peripheral blood vessels and trachea of the patient are clearly visible, which is convenient for doctors to communicate with the patient and his family regarding the surgical plan.

  • Good biocompatibility

Innovative biocompatible medical 3D printing materials are also driving the development of new surgical tools and technologies that can further improve the clinical experience during surgery.

Benefits of 3D printing for hospitals

In hospital applications, 3D printing offers security, personalization and industrialization. Healthcare professionals and hospitals around the world are beginning to use 3D printed anatomical models as a reference tool for pre-surgical planning and intraoperative visualization, as well as for medical device selection and assembly for routine and highly complex surgeries.

3D printing brings hospitals more efficient workflows, higher surgical success rates, and more personalized precision hospitals. We provide one-stop 3D printing services for medical practices in hospitals around the world, and we will be your most trusted partner. If you are interested in our services, please contact us . All services are available on a 24/7/365 basis.

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