3D printing company Arigin Medical completes series A funding round: 3 things to know

Shanghai, China-based orthopedic 3D printing company Arigin Medical completed its series A investment round, www.3ders.org reports.

Here are three things to know.

1. Proxima Ventures, Dingxin Capital and Delta Capital led the funding round. Zhiyuan was the exclusive financing consultant for this investment and financing round.

2. Arigin Medical offers an independently developed 3D printing software system for medical applications and personalized 3D orthopedic implants such as spinal cages.

3. The orthopedic implant segment is likely to be the company’s biggest area of growth.

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3D Printing Medical Devices Market to Grow at a CAGR of 17.80% Globally by 2023

Global 3D Printing Medical Devices market  that picked up a higher benefit of USD 0.84 Billion by the year 2017 presently set to achieve USD 2.21 Billion over the forecast period till 2023 growing at a CAGR of 17.80%. Aim of the 3D Printing Medical Devices market report is to examine most recent market inclination that will reach in next 5 years. The prevailing factors such as dominant market segments, market share, size of the 3D Printing Medical Devices market and the leading makers that can upgrowth the 3D Printing Medical Devices market is likewise considered in this report.

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3D Printing Medical Devices market segmentation based on top manufacturers: Arcam AB, SLM Solutions Group AG, 3T RPD Ltd., EOS GmbH Electro Optical Systems, Envisiontec GmbH, Renishaw plc, Prodways Group, Organovo Holdings Inc., Stratasys Ltd., Concept Laser GmbH, Carbon Inc., Anatomics Pty Ltd., Biomedical Modeling Inc., Materialise NV and 3D Systems Corporation

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3D Printing Medical Devices market segmentation application-based:  Dental Restorations, Porous Scaffolds, Implants, Manufacturing Surgical Guides and Prosthetics

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Additive Manufacturing Summit on Medical and Dental 3D Printing Will Return in January

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We’re long past the days when 3D printing was just a fun, creative tool for hobbyists, and many industries have been taking notice over the years and making the investment. The medical and dental fields especially have turned to 3D printing for all sorts of innovations, from customized medication and dentures to patient-specific models, implants, and prosthetics. In addition, there’s been some astonishing research over the years in 3D bioprinting, in hopes that one day we can create 3D printed organs for transplant.

While there’s a lot of information out there about 3D printing technology, many professionals are trying to determine the best ways they can take advantage of what the technology offers. We first told you about the recently held two-day Additive Manufacturing Strategies summit back in September. The point of the event was to shine a light on the implications of and potential for integrating 3D printing technology into medicine and dentistry.

This past January, 3DPrint.com teamed up with with SmarTech Markets Publishing, one of the top providers of industry analysis and market forecasts for the 3D printing industry, to present the business- and investment-focused Additive Manufacturing Strategies summit, which emphasized 3D printing in the medical and dental fields.

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Nearly 40 experts in the fields of additive manufacturing, medicine, dentistry, and investment were on hand to share their knowledge with summit attendees at the inaugural event, which was held at the Army and Navy Club in Washington, D.C.

“Why this conference? It makes sense to narrow down the sectors 3D printing is involved with, the biggest being automotive, aerospace, medical; we think medical is a special case from the others,” said SmarTech President Lawrence Gasman when welcoming the attendees. “Indeed, medical may be the biggest when you take everything into consideration. With dental, very large volumes are already being manufactured. It is very different from the others as to regulations, and over these two days we’ll hear how that’s impacting devices, organs, and more.”

After additional welcomes from Alan Meckler, President of 3DR Holdings, and 3DPrint.com’s Editor-In-Chief Sarah Goehrke, the event was officially underway. Keynote speakers Lee Dockstader, Director of Vertical Market Development, HP Inc., and Katie Weimer, VP Medical Devices, 3D Systems, discussed 3D printing applications in healthcare, while SmarTech analysts focused on market projections and expert panels covered multiple topics, from dentistry and bioprinting to prosthetics and intellectual property. For more information, you can check out the complete schedule from the event here.

The two-day summit was so successful that 3DPrint.com and SmarTech have decided to produce and host a second event together.

The Additive Manufacturing Strategies Summit on Medical and Dental 3D Printing will take place from January 29-31, 2019, at The Hynes Convention Center in Boston. While the original pioneering 3D printing medical and dental business conference will still take place, this second event will have separate tracks for medicine and dentistry.

Other additions to the 2019 summit include an exhibition floor, where attendees can check out the latest technologies and products related to 3D printed medicine and dentistry, along with an educational workshop on the 29th that will offer a total overview of medical and dental 3D printing.

To receive continuing updates ahead of the summit, as well as have access to the best early bird pricing, sign up for our newsletter. You can email ams@3dprint.com for sponsorship and exhibitor opportunities. Registration will be open soon.

Did you attend the 2018 summit, or plan to attend in 2019? Discuss events and other 3D printing topics at 3DPrintBoard.com, or share your comments below.

Medical industry advances towards more efficient, customized 3D printed vaccinations

Dec 25, 2017 | By Tess

At a recent health conference in Bilbao, Spain about advancements in vaccinations, a number of professionals cited the potentials of 3D printing for advancing the efficiency of administering as well as customizing vaccines.

The conference, called “Advances in vaccines,” was hosted by the Association of Microbiology and Health (AMYS), as well as the Department of Pediatrics and the Department of Immunology, Microbiology, and Parasitology from the University of the Basque Country (UPV/EHU).

The event brought together experts from the field of vaccinations to speak about the current state of the sector and directions vaccination-related research is headed in the future. 3D printing, unsurprisingly, was a key topic of discussion.

One speaker, Pedro Alsina, from the Institutional Relations of Sanofi, spoke about how 3D printing will enable the production of customized vaccines, which can be tailored to the recipient’s genetic makeup.

Additionally, he said that it will soon be possible to 3D print vaccines inside structures that can either be administered externally (say, a patch stuck to the skin), or orally (as tablets or even inside fruits and vegetables, for instance). Having alternative methods for vaccinations other than needles could make it easier to deploy them to regions where medical staff are in short supply.

Research groups from around the globe are currently working on various methods for 3D printing vaccinations. At the University of California, Berkeley, for example, a team is developing a 3D printed device called MucoJet, which could allow people to administer their own vaccinations by using a pressurized system to shoot a stream of the vaccine into their inner cheek tissue.

In MIT’s laboratories, engineers are developing an alternative method which would use micro-scale 3D printing to make small “SEAL” holders for vaccinations which could be implanted with a single injection and release drug or vaccines doses over a defined period of time.

3D printed MucoJet device

These projects, and many more like them, suggest a promising future for vaccinations. Still, the medical system will need to adapt to handling faster developments in the field, said one expert at the conference.

“At present, the manufacturing of vaccines is a long and complex process due to the nature of the raw materials (microorganisms) and the quality control processes that occupy 70% of the total manufacturing time,” said Alsina, who suggests that vaccination regulations should be simplified and “harmonized” across all countries in order to increase innovation in the field.

Another key goal addressed at the conference was the development of more efficient vaccines, especially for such sicknesses as the flu. “We must work to achieve a more immunogenic injection in the most vulnerable people and for the universal flu vaccine so that it is not necessary to go through the process once a year,” said Dr. Ramón Cisterna, a professor of microbiology and the president of AMYS.

He also stated that the medical community advancing towards the development of vaccinations not only for infections, but also for tumor-based or metabolic diseases.

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