Show me solutions for

    The Faster Way to Better Medical Devices


    Preclinical Testing

    Validate device performance on patient-derived 3D printed anatomical models versus existing models such as animals and cadavers. Based on real patient imaging, 3D printed models mimic a variety of tissue properties in a single print. Stratasys Medical 3D Printing Solutions can help you accelerate product development from 3D printed concept models to preclinical testing allowing manufacturers to gain certainty, test anywhere, and mitigate cost overruns.

    A 3D printed vascular medical model

    Vascular models designed by the Jacobs Institute


    Innovation That Advances Patient Care

    Conduct clinically relevant training anywhere on realistic anatomical models customized for virtually any clinical scenario. Provide a memorable, hands-on experience with customized models that represent specific pathologies and mimic human tissue and bone. Multi-material 3D medical printing creates accurate, versatile models in less time and at a fraction of the cost. 

    a doctor performing a practice surgery on a manekin head made for CBMTI using PolyJet materials and a Stratasys Printer

    Physicians training using model built from real patient imaging


    Rely on Performance


    Medical Manufacturing

    Support clinical trial and early commercial production by increasing production flexibility. At a fraction of the cost of machining, you can additively manufacture functional parts while eliminating medical manufacturing constraints and making production more agile and responsive. Stratasys 3D printing solutions for medical reduce scrap, provide unmatched design freedom, move quickly from prototype to final product, simplify short production runs, and reduce waste and warehousing costs.

    Learn More
    2 computer monitors that where made using 3D printed parts

    Acist Medical creates production flexibility through additive manufacturing


    Surgical Planning Programs Save Money

    Surgical planning with 3D patient-specific models can improve clinical outcomes and procedural economics driving significant savings and financial benefit to the hospital. Stratasys Medical Experts developed a Return on Investment (ROI) framework that can be customized to any hospital. The pharmacoeconomic analysis demonstrates how a 3D printing program can positively impact hospital costs, improve efficiencies and provide new revenue opportunities. Find out the true value 3D printing can bring your hospital.

    A young girl, holding a 3D printed medical model of her own heart that was used for Surgical Planning

    Physicians at Nicklaus Children’s Hospital use 3D models to improve outcomes

    “My team could visualize the operation before we started. We knew the safest approach, and confidently made a smaller incision.”

    Dr. Redmond Burke, Nicklaus Children's Hospital

    Applications Within Medicine

    A person holding a life-like, multi-colored, 3D printed liver made from the Stratasys J750 printer


    Optimize surgical planning with spatially, tactilely, and physically accurate models based on patient scans. Surgical teams can use the 3D printed models to plan therapeutic approaches, and make more efficient use of expensive operating room time. Read More

    doctors performing a practice surgery on a manekin head made for CBMTI using PolyJet materials and a Stratasys Printer


    3D printed multi-material models can replicate the complexity and wide range of patient pathology, making them superior tools for medical education. But how do 3D printed models compare to traditional training methods? Read More

    Syqe Inhaler Prototype


    Get to market faster with clinically meaningful and marketable products. Use 3D printing solutions to rapidly produce prototypes with the shape, texture, and material properties of any medical device. Test quickly for early feedback and optimize designs for final production. Read More

    Advanced Medical Models

    The leader in 3D printed medical innovation delivers the next generation of medical models

    Learn More
    A young girl, holding a 3D printed medical model of her own heart that was used for Surgical planning

    Personalization is the new norm in healthcare

    Learn more about surgical planning with patient-specific 3D printed medical models

    Get the Brochure