3D Systems partners with Enhatch to scale patient-specific medical devices

March 24, 2022

An additively manufactured lateral spinal cage from 3D Systems (Courtesy 3D Systems)

3D Systems, Rock Hill, South Carolina, USA, has entered into a partnership with the developer of the Intelligent Surgery Ecosystem, Enhatch, Inc, headquartered in Hoboken, New Jersey. The technologies which drive Intelligent Surgery are said to streamline and scale the design and delivery of patient-specific medical devices by automating the process. Incorporating these abilities into 3D Systems’ VSP® surgical planning workflow is expected to help meet the growing demand for these personalised medical devices.

“Our partnership with Enhatch will enable us to deliver the healthcare industry’s most comprehensive approach to additive manufacturing,” stated Menno Ellis, Executive VP, Healthcare Solutions, 3D Systems. “Integrating these technologies and capabilities into 3D Systems’ surgical planning solutions will make processes more efficient, trackable, and cost-effective. This is another step in our ongoing commitment to innovation that helps our customers remain at the forefront of medical device development and healthcare delivery.”

Peter Verrillo, co-founder and CEO of Enhatch, added, “Enhatch is proud to welcome 3D Systems to the Intelligent Surgery Ecosystem. Healthcare ecosystems have tremendous potential to disrupt and reshape the entire industry, leading to improved patient outcomes, faster, more accurate, and safer procedures. Enhatch and 3D Systems have a shared goal of bringing surgeons and industry together with the best leading-edge technologies available.”

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