PrinterPrezz opens 1st 3D printing, nanotech innovation center in Silicon Valley: 4 details

Written by Jackie Drees | December 14, 2018 | Print  |

Medical device company PrinterPrezz, which combines metal 3D-printing, nanotechnologies and surgical expertise to design and manufacture medical devices that can be brought to market faster, opened its first innovation center in Fremont, Calif.

Here are four details:

1. The innovation center includes device digital design services for clinicians, engineers and materials scientists.

2. To optimize 3D printing design and prototyping for applications such as implants, medical devices, surgical aids and prosthetics, the office features access to a variety of software, scanners and hardware.

3. With multiple onsite power-bed metal 3D printers, the center provides the ability to print materials in titanium and stainless steel.

4. PrinterPrezz's nanotechnologies include nanometrology, nanocoating and nano-etching.

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