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The Future of 3D Printing and Personalized Solutions in Surgery (video)

Enhatch co-founder, Peter Verrillo, sat down with Menno Ellis, EVP of Healthcare Solutions at 3D Systems Corporation to talk about the latest advances with 3D printing in surgery.

Both agreed that the future of medicine is around personalization and in this discussion, we see how partnerships like Enhatch’s with 3D Systems are paving the way.

Menno shares how they’ve managed to break the technical challenge around 3D printing with PEEK (polyaryletheretherketone). They are already seeing advances in cranial implants, restoration, and to a lesser extent in spinal. In this engaging dialogue, Menno shares a number of insights around advances in personalized implants, bio-printing, and more.