Our innovative 3D printing service helps a global network of vets put precision at the heart of their service

Our innovative 3D printing service helps a global network of vets put precision at the heart of their service

What is 3D printing?

3D printing is the process of creating a three-dimensional, solid object from a digital image file. These objects are accurate to a submillimetric degree, can be produced in true size or as a scaled model and have a broad range of clinical uses.

Why use our 3D printing service for your patients?

When considering complex surgical interventions, 3D models give you the ability to hold the relevant anatomy in your hand, precisely size implants, practice the procedure and avoid potential pitfalls.

Why use our 3D printing service for your patients?

When considering complex surgical interventions, 3D models give you the ability to hold the relevant anatomy in your hand, precisely size implants, practice the procedure and avoid potential pitfalls.

What are the clinical applications?

The range of clinical applications is broad and ever-increasing. We continue to embrace new concepts and ideas to benefit from this innovative technology.

Client education

3D models can facilitate clients understanding of surgical procedures and possible outcomes.

Future applications

Further applications include soft tissue models and creation of bespoke implants, surgical instruments or templates.

Teaching

Anatomic models to enhance understanding of intricate structures and to further understanding of conditions and their treatments.

Oncology

Assessment of extension of oncologic masses and treatment planning.

Vascular

Planning for surgical and interventional radiology approaches to portosystemic shunts, vascular ring anomalies and other malformations.

Orthopaedics

Treatment planning for corrective osteotomies and complex fracture repairs


Our products

We use the CT data you send us to create highly accurate 3D shapes and structures. Our products are grouped into small, medium and large models.

3D Print: Small

Examples: feline pelvis, feline joint.

3D Print: Medium

Examples: canine joint, angular limb deformity (small and medium size breeds)

3D Print: Large

Examples: vascular anomalies, complex structures, large patients