Personalized alignment for TKA has grown in popularity in recent years, with the aim of improving outcomes for patients. In this article, we discuss why enabling technologies, such as 3D preoperative planning and surgical guides, are considered critical to the success of a personalized knee alignment.
Adopting additive manufacturing into your organization is a journey, and the second step is Experiment. This blog describes the process our Mindware advisors took while guiding Hyundai Motor Company through this step to develop a high-performing, lightweight inspection jig for line workers.
3D printing is a popular manufacturing technique for its speed, design capabilities, and cost-effectiveness, but the only way to truly take advantage of these benefits is by optimizing designs for AM. Discover how Hyundai Automotive did so to win a design for additive manufacturing competition.
We are happy to share the experience and research of Dr. Heron Werner, a specialist in fetal medicine, imaging, obstetrics and gynecology. Read this interview to learn about the contributions that 3D technology has generated, through our Mimics software, in his research on complex fetal malformations.
How can we reduce the waste in AM operations? In this article, we discuss waste reduction and our commitment to designing solutions that empower our customers to achieve more sustainable processes, materials, and resources.
The value of 3D technology in solving complex medical cases is unparalleled. With the help of Materialise's CLEs, 3D planning, and 3D guides, a team of clinicians at NYU Langone Health successfully performed a double hand and face transplant, giving Joe DiMeo a new chance at life.
Emmanuelle Vandamme, Belgium’s Mobility Policy Chief, visited Materialise to get a behind-the-scenes look at our certified additive manufacturing facilities. Read this interview to learn about Ms. Vandamme’s main mission and her views on innovation in the mobility sector.
No longer seen as merely a tool for rapid prototyping, 3D printing has emerged as a future-proof way to produce smarter, cheaper, and more performant end-use parts. Discover how aircraft manufacturers, MROs, and aviation authorities alike are realizing the potential of AM for low-criticality plastic components.
We spoke to Dr. Thomas Schouman, a Maxillofacial Surgeon working at APHP-Pitié-Salpêtrière Hospital at Sorbonne University in Paris, about his invaluable experience on being at the forefront of personalized CMF solutions and the advantages of this technology.