6 notes on 3D printing in spine

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3D printing is growing in the spine device space, and companies have been capitalizing on the technology in recent months.

Here are six notes on 3D-printed devices so far this year:

1. The U.S. Patent and Trademark Office provided Camber Spine a notice of allowance for its Spira Lateral 3.0 interbody fusion implant. 

2. SeaSpine, a global spine device company based in Carlsbad, Calif., launched a 3D-printed interbody implant.

3. The FDA provided clearance for Orthofix's Construx Mini Ti Spacer System, a 3D-printed device designed for anterior cervical discectomy and fusion.

4. SeaSpine's 3D-printed WaveForm TO transforaminal lumbar interbody fusion system was released in a limited commercial launch.

5. The FDA gave 510(k) clearance for Orthofix's 3D-printed Forza Ti TLIF spacer system.

6. Spinal Elements got FDA 510(k) clearance for its Lucent 3D interbody device.

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