Our controlled facilities can create parts for medical implementations using FDA approved materials, as well as innovative materials that can be flexed and molded to fit organic forms of the body. Our models have been used for medical training and biological learning purposes, as well as final functional products.
Moldable Arm Brace
This arm brace was printed flat using Taulman3D's flexible filament, "T-Lyne," which can be heated and reshaped. When the material cools, it retains it's new form. This technology is ideal for medical implementations in which a single concept must fit to a wide range of forms.
Using a combination of dissolvable support filaments and unique finishing methods, we are able to reproduce complex organic forms like the ones shown below. These models are then used as examples in leaning environments and test models in product prototyping.
Ergonomic Utensil Grip
This product was designed for a person with Pitt-Hopkin's Syndrome, of which there are only 500 reported cases worldwide. This utensil grip enables her to feed herself using regular eating utensils, which had previously been impossible. The final model was printed using Taulman3D's "Guidel!ne," which is an FDA approved material.
Centrifuge for Novo Nordisk
This 2ft diameter centrifuge is a 13-piece part produced for Novo Nordisk. It is used as a training model in the process of insulin production.
These components are used in pharmaceutical applications and are produced in a variety of flexible and transparent materials.