Digital Rapid Prototyping Technology
Medical Modeling employs a variety of in-house rapid prototyping methods including
stereolithography (SLA), two-color stereolithography and full-color 3D Printing (3DP).
These methods provide the means to quickly fabricate complex anatomical shapes
or device designs. SLA prototypes are output in various resins, including USP Class VI
tested materials. In some cases these prototypes can be the end-product in themselves,
or can serve as templates for secondary fabrication of devices or prosthetics.
Custom or Standard Device Design Capabilities
The ability to create physical models and custom devices accurate to the original
image data unlocks a world of possibilities. Many of these possibilities require robust
and creative design to implement eff ectively. From simple fracture plate design to
complex multi-piece total joint design Medical Modeling stands ready to assist your
Expert Image Processing
Processing medical image data to extract relevant information requires the right
technology in combination with skilled technicians. With expertise in biomedical
engineering, medical illustration and 3D graphics the Medical Modeling team brings a
versatile set of skills and experience to every project.
Medical Imaging Guidance
Establishment of the most suitable medical imaging modality and acquisition param-
eters is the fi rst step in realizing the full potential of tactile medical imaging. Medical
Modeling can provide imaging consultation for product development or custom
prosthetic design to assure your project starts out right.
Contract Manufacturing in Titanium Alloy with the EBM Process
Medical Modeling has installed North America’s fi rst Arcam EBM (Electron Beam Melt-
ing) machine dedicated to servicing the medical device industry. Producing solid,
porous or hybrid geometries in Ti6Al4V ELI material allows for unprecedented design
agility. Contact us today to discuss the manufacturing possibilities achievable with the