Medical Device

Medical devices are in increasing demand, and traditional manufacturing methods often require lots of manpower, time and resources. 3D printing, with its efficient, precise and personalized characteristics, has become an innovative technology that has changed the face of the medical device industry. More and more 3D printed medical devices are being applied in clinical practice.

3D printing can provide customized medical device solutions to improve medical outcomes. Take 3D printed prosthetics, for example. Tailor-made bionic prosthetics can rely on the muscle control of a human stump to mimic the movement and grip of a real limb, but they are expensive. 3D printing gives prosthetic designers more creative freedom, and breaks down costs.


3D printing is driving innovation and breakthroughs in the medical industry. Many research institutions, medical device manufacturers and hospitals have begun to actively invest in the development and application of 3D printed medical devices. CD BioSciences is committed to providing one-stop 3D printing solutions covering a wide range of materials and technical services. Our team has extensive experience in medical device manufacturing services and can efficiently respond to your 3D printing needs.


3D printing for medical devices has great potential. It is likely to become a routine technology in the medical industry and bring more well-being to doctors and patients. By scanning the patient's body data, customized medical devices can be quickly and accurately manufactured. 3D printing has made significant breakthroughs in orthopedics, dentistry, ophthalmology and hearing.

Typical application

  • Rapid prototyping

Low-cost, easy-to-use 3D printing has revolutionized the development process for medical devices. 3D printing can produce high-quality medical device prototypes in a short time, accelerate the product development process, or directly print end-use medical devices. This is very helpful for the development of medical devices for urgent needs.

  • Individuation

Precision medicine is becoming increasingly popular. 3D printing can customize medical devices that meet the specific needs of patients, such as prosthetics and orthotics.

  • Complex structure

Some medical devices with complex structures are difficult to achieve with traditional manufacturing methods. 3D printing technology can easily create highly detailed instruments, which can improve quality and reduce the rejection rate.

  • Surgical simulation

3D printing can quickly transform a patient's body data into a model that closely resembles the patient's tissue. For difficult operations, doctors can simulate surgery on the model to improve the success rate of surgery.

Benefits of 3D printing for medical device

  • Cost and time savings

3D printing can significantly shorten the design time, simplifying the product development process. In addition, 3D printing can significantly reduce material waste.

  • Accuracy and repeatability

Traditional medical device manufacturing methods have certain errors, and 3D printing can achieve higher accuracy and repeatability. This is very important for some devices that require high size and shape, such as artificial joints and orthotics.

  • No production scale limit

No production scale limit

3D printing has become one of the key technologies leading to the development of clinical medicine. 3D printing not only helps to achieve precision treatment for patients, but also plays an irreplaceable and important role in preoperative planning, medical equipment, doctor-patient communication and medical education. Its personalized, efficient and precise characteristics have changed the design and production of medical devices.

With the continuous development of material properties and costs falling, 3D printing will undoubtedly play an increasing role in healthcare. We offer a comprehensive range of 3D printing services to help medical device manufacturers streamline workflows and produce medical devices that are better suited to patients. If you are interested in our services, please contact us. All services are available on a 24/7/365 basis.

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