Cervical spacer made by 3D printing FibreTuff filament. This cervical spacer has been identified under a medical X ray.
3D printing a vertebrae made with FibreTuff biocompatible materials with a eco friendly barium coating solution. The coating provided a bone ring similar to real bone ring developed by Robert Joyce.
X- Ray and CT scan of a printed calcaneus bone made with FibreTuff biocompatible materials and eco friendly coating. FibreTuff had a bone ring of 3000 HU similar to a real bone ring at 2500 HU.
FibreTuff medical grade biomaterials is used to manufacture bone like prototypes for implants such as TLIF, Spine cages one can achieve interesting performance. For stl files to print bar stock contact firstname.lastname@example.org
The 3D printing of FibreTuff biocompatible materials, shows no harm to living tissue or cells. FibreTuff has been tested by Universities, medical centers showing conductive properties without coatings.
FibreTuff has exceptional 3D printing attributes for coating spine cages including Hydroxyapatite
Roger Sherman's presented at Duquesne University this poster for Graduate Research Symposium. His work with Dr's Hammer, Viator and Marshall was outstanding. This use case by 3D printing FibreTuff biocompatible filaments as a hyoid bone will help professional's understand damage to the neck and simulate fractures.
Abigail Tetteh PhD student at the Implant Research Center Drexel University and Dr's MacDonald and Kurtz helped produce this poster where 3D printed bone like replicas made with FibreTuff were analyzed. The data collected indicated FibreTuff biocompatible filaments produced a cancellous structure. Awesome work performed by the team to validate FibreTuff impressive 3D printing qualities. More information coming soon.
In 2019 Marshall University professor Dr Ross Salary and his students printed FibreTuff in a FDM method to replicate bone like scaffolds and presented the poster at the Biofabrication 2019 event held in Columbus Ohio October 20-22. Dr Salary has been steadfast to analyze and find a 3D printing bone replacement with like qualities.
This 3D printing anatomical calcaneus bone model made of FibreTuff with a laser sintering process can have bone like qualities such as good screw retention. The surgeon felt the printed bone resembled a 20 year old human bone.
BioFabricating FibreTuff can produce prototypes for spine and knee applications. nScrypt has perfected 3D printing tiny microscopic pores with FibreTuff and collagen.
The 3D printing of anatomical bone models made of FibreTuff medical grade compositions have bone like qualities such as good screw retention. The orthopedic surgeon drilled into the printed FibreTuff bone with a cortex self tapping screw. He felt the printed bone resembled a 20 year old human bone.
Dr Hartman of OMFS used FibreTuff for 3D printing patient specific models in resident training and practice prior to larger, complex dental implant cases. The attached clip is a model surgery where zygomatic implants are used with a X-Guide dynamic navigation machine. He segmented the patient's CBCT and then printed it out of FibreTuff material. Dr Hartman is impressed with FibreTuff - It doesn't heat up and melt, produce burs like other filaments and its easy to drill and replicates real bone.