PrinterPrezz uses polymer and metal 3D printing to make medical devices.
PrinterPrezz uses polymer and metal 3D printing to make medical devices.

Solvay and 3D printing company PrinterPrezz are collaborating to develop selective laser sintering (SLS) technology for implants and other medical devices.

PrinterPrezz uses polymer and metal 3D printing to make medical devices.

‘This partnership will allow us to combine our expertise in materials with PrinterPrezz’s unique offering for qualification of medical devices to accelerate the adoption of 3D printed implants and medical devices using Solvay’s latest AM powder technology for SLS,’ said Christophe Schramm, AM business manager at Solvay.

This story uses material from Solvay, with editorial changes made by Materials Today. The views expressed in this article do not necessarily represent those of Elsevier.