3D Systems, a provider of 3D content-to-print solutions, has developed new 3D printed hand brace devices to provide superior care for patient with musculoskeletal disorders.
For the development, 3D Systems has integrated its recently acquired Bespoke Innovations’s scan-to-print proprietary technology, which delivers custom fit prosthetics, orthotics and orthopaedic devices that improve treatment and lifestyle outcomes.
3D Systems president and CEO Abe Reichental said the company’s commitment is to improve lives with custom exoskeleton and orthopedic devices that are personalized, streamlined, hygienic and adaptive to enhance the patient experience and return them to a productive lifestyle sooner.
"We are thrilled to apply 3D Systems’ integrated technology to transform musculoskeletal healthcare delivery for the benefit of patients," Reichental added.
The company is planning to launch the new devices during the second half of 2013.