3D LifePrints is a medical 3D technology company that provides innovative medical devices, products and services to the medical sector. Our primary focus is to supply medical 3D printing services to the UK's NHS, private hospitals, medical device manufacturers, research institutions, universities and medical training centres.
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Please visit our extensive Image Gallery Section where we show a range of 3D printed models and solutions we have created over the years across all surgical disciplines.
Please visit our Video Gallery to view a variety of publications and simulated surgical events.
At 3D LifePrints we use a wide variety of 3D printing technologies that cover all of the major types including FDM, SLA, SLS, DLP and DMLS.
We can provide your organisation with multi-colour and multi-material products made with polymers, bi-compatible materials, metals and silicones.
3D LifePrints has a growing team of experts from a variety of fields including surgeons, bio-medical engineer, material scientists, mechanical engineers, legal, regulatory and medical device subject matter experts.
We are proud of our successes achieved since we began our journey. Read more here.
We work with a large range of partners both in the medical and research sectors. We currently work with over 50 medical institutions, universities and medical device organisations in the UK, Europe, the Middle East and North America. We are part of a number of EU programs including EIT Health and Interreg.
Our Oxford Medical 3D Printing Hub brings together several medical departments of the University of Oxford. The Hub aims to foster collaboration between academics and medical practitioners from a variety of disciplines, to translate research into novel clinical care and improved teaching.