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Stratasys & Objet's advanced 3D printed systems and materials assist medical experts in a range of medical fields from audiology to dental, orthopedic and other applications.

Stratasys & Objet's bio-compatible material serves the needs of the medical segment well. Tests such as cytotoxicity, irritation, sensitization, USP Class VI, and more provide medical experts with the ability to undertake advanced experiments using Stratasys & Objet 3D printed models.

Surgery planning is another area today being revolutionized using Stratasys & Objet 3D printing technology. From surgical guides to highly detailed multi-material models that display internal body organs, Stratasys & Objet is today the 3D printing technology of choice for medical departments around the world.

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    Dental Materials

      Stratasys Objet Dental materials are rigid, opaque materials with a natural-looking peach or clear colour. Designed especially for dental & orthodontic applications including stone models and surgical guides, they combine accurate detail visualization with ...

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    Nylon 12

      Stratasys adds FDM Nylon 12 to its Fused Deposition modelling (FDM) technology creating tougher, more flexible unfilled nylon parts than other additive manufacturing technologies can.

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    Objet Eden500V

      Create large, high-quality prototypes Objet Eden 500V features the robustness and reliability of the Objet Eden line, as well as its largest build envelope.

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    Objet30 OrthoDesk 3D Dental Printer

      The Objet30 OrthoDesk is specifically designed for small to medium-sized orthodontic dental labs & clinics.

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    Objet350 Connex

      Build mid-sized prototypes in multiple materials.

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    Transparent

      With a combination of clarity, dimensional stability and surface smoothness, Transparent PolyJet photopolymer lets you prototype clear and tinted products from eyewear and light covers to medical devices

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