What can the 3D Printing Hub offer?
Ability to create 3D models from medical image data
Advanced 3D modelling and medical segmentation software can be used to extrapolate areas of clinical interest for such uses as surgical pre-assessment and planning, simulation, training and research. These applications can take in a variety of image data such as CT, MRI, X-ray and Ultrasound scans and output into a 3D printable format, ready for 3D printing on-site
Expert design assistance for your projects
Our team of biomedical and design engineers in the Botnar Institute can assist you with you the design of prototypes, research aids, anatomical models and medical devices. Please ask for more details.
Technologically advanced 3D printing services
There is a variety of 3D printing technologies available for use Botnar at OM3DP Hub that includes manufacturing using Polyjet, FDM and SLA technologies This permits a range of products in multiple colours, densities and materials.
Withn the recent addition of a Cellink Bio X 3D printer, a powerful bioprinting operating system, we have the ability 3D print up to three bioinks simultaniously.