Stratasys, Ricoh ink agreement to provide on-demand 3D-printed anatomic models

Stratasys has signed an agreement with Ricoh to provide on-demand 3D-printed anatomic models for clinical settings.

Stratasys’ patient-Specific 3D Solutions combines 3D printing technology, a cloud-based Segmentation-as-a-Service solution from Axial3D, and precision additive manufacturing services from Ricoh to provide the service.

With the new collaboration, customers can upload medical files to a cloud-based service where Axial3D’s AI-powered software converts medical scans into 3D printable files. The files are then printed on Stratasys 3D printers at Ricoh’s facilities, with the models shipped directly to the care facility.

[Image courtesy: Stratasys]

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