Recently, the Hydroxyapatite-Coated Porous Titanium Alloy Interbody Fusion Device (WedoCageTM) developed by Wedo Bio-Medical Technology Co, Ltd. (hereinafter referred to as " Wedo"), has officially received market approval after obtaining the Class III Medical Device Registration Certificate from the National Medical Products Administration (NMPA).

voxeljet AG (NASDAQ: VJET), a global leader in industrial 3D printing solutions, has unveiled a groundbreaking innovation at the prestigious GIFA 2023: the new cold IOB (Inorganic Binding) 3D printing technology. With this unique process, moulds and cores for the foundry industry can be produced for the first time from sand and an inorganic binder without the need for microwave treatment.

The EXT 220 MED is the new name for the Kumovis R1 as part of our growing extrusion printing class of printers. This platform is a game-changer in medical device manufacturing, enabling 3D printing of implants and instruments using high performance polymers such as PEEK and Radel® PPSU. Now, thanks to the ingenuity of our engineering teams, we are excited to announce a performance upgrade to allow up to 30% faster throughput.

The tog.519 cobot from Schubert is ready for series production. And, for the very first time at this year’s interpack, the packaging machine manufacturer will be showing the unimagined possibilities that consumer goods manufacturers can now exploit with this fast and simple automation solution. Three cobots will be presented in action, two of them on a filling machine for cosmetics manufacturer Börlind.

VESTAKEEP® i4 3DF is the world’s first implant-grade filament based on PEEK for use in medical 3D printing of human surgical implants

Curiteva’s world’s first 3D printed spinal implants for commercial use are based on Evonik’s VESTAKEEP® i4 3DF biomaterial filament
Combination of Curiteva’s technology and Evonik’s cutting edge material offers the possibility of enhance integration and healing for spinal surgery

AddUp, global metal additive manufacturing OEM, is excited to officially open the doors to their new Tooling Competence Centre in Aachen, Germany. A joint venture created by Michelin and Fives in 2016, AddUp is headquartered in Cébazat, France. The Tooling Competence Centre is located within the WBA Tooling Academy in Aachen, Germany.

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