Prensilia was founded in 2009 as a spinf-off of the Scuola Superiore Sant’Anna. Its birth was possible thanks to the ingenuity and willpower of a group of researchers from the ARTS Lab – Advanced Robotics Technology & Systems Laboratory – who sought to make their developed technologies usable for all national and international research laboratories.
We are Surgalign, a global medical technology company committed to the promise of digital health. We are investing to be a leader in developing and harnessing the incredible possibilities of digital surgery to redefine the very idea of “personalized medicine.”
We offer a range of orthopedic 4D printed products for animals (in short, V-OP), new measurement technique and a dedicated app. This way we correct degenerative, post accidental, or congenital abnormalities in a manner responsive to particular needs of the patient.
Founded in 2016, BICO (formerly CELLINK) is the leading bio convergence company in the world. By combining different technologies, such as robotics, artificial intelligence, computer science, and 3D bioprinting with biology, we enable our customers to improve people's health and lives for the better.
Luxinergy GmbH is an innovative Austrian technology company that specializes in the development of new materials and generative manufacturing systems in the field of medical technology and focuses on the production of orthoses.
Spentys offers a complete, efficient and clinically-validated 3D scanning, modelling and printing platform that enables healthcare providers to create high-quality, patient-specific orthoses faster and at lower costs.
The uniqueness of the company in the use of the most innovative technologies in the field of product design and printing in the most advanced 3D printers available today. Thanks to levels of design and accuracy that are not possible in other ways, we produce orthopedic products tailored to the client's needs, which are made with unique materials and made with innovative and fast approaches.
Established in 2009 in Mackay, Queensland, iOrthotics has developed into Australia’s premier destination for custom made orthotic devices for podiatrists. We pride ourselves on creating orthotic solutions that make life easier for you, your patients and your clinic. All of our orthotics are designed with your patients in mind and are fully custom designed to their feet. Plus, we ensure all orders are manufactured and sent out within 3-5 working days
BRECA Health Care is based in Granada, Spain and was founded in 2011 to bring to patients new treatments based in emerging technologies as 3D printing. Now the company has presence and have register the products in the EU, Colombia, Costa Rica and Mexico and is being incorporated in the USA.
Handsmith Inc. is a 501c 3 non-profit organization established in Roanoke, Virginia in 2016 for the purpose of raising money to acquire affordable 3D printed bionic prosthetics and enabling devices and provide them to people in need who cannot otherwise afford them or whose insurance would not cover enough of the costs.
3D LifePrints provides 3D printed anatomical medical models for pre-surgical assesment and planning, intra-surgical use and for educational training. 3D LifePrints also provides a range of 3D printed prosthetics for the developing world
Disrupt Disability has two aims. First, to reduce the cost of customised wheelchairs so all 65 million people who need a wheelchair can afford one. Secondly, to give wheelchair users as much choice and control over their wheelchair as they would have over a pair of glasses, so people don't use a wheelchair, they wear their wheels.
We are systems thinkers. We have studied and prototyped a multiple of models for the design, fabrication, and fitting of 3D printed prosthetics and have developed a unique approach based on evidence and experience.
We believe that a prosthetic device is a fundamentally person-centered object that must reflect the wishes, desires, and culture of is wearer in order to truly have positive impact. We design our devices not simply replace limbs, but to recover participation in communities, to rebuild confidence, to rediscover lost activities.