Medical 3D Printers

Get medical devices and anatomy models created faster

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Select from our variety of Stratasys machines

Formlabs Form 3B plus

Formlabs Form 3B+

The Formlabs Form 3B+ is an advanced SLA 3D printer for healthcare professionals, dental applications, and medical device engineers.

Formlabs Form 3BL

Formlabs Form 3BL

The Formlabs Form 3BL 3D printer opens up more possibilities over the 3L as you are able to print medical and bio-compatible materials.

Formlabs Form 4B Medical & Dental 3D Printer

Formlabs Form 4B

The Formlabs Form 4B is a blazing fast medical or dental SLS 3D printer that offers the most diverse materials library for healthcare and dentistry.

Fortus 380mc

Fortus 450mc

A workhorse 3D printer for engineers that require demanding flexibility to print larger-sized or many parts in an array of engineering-grade materials with high speed and unfailing throughput.

Stratasys F770

Stratasys F770

Print big with the Stratasys F770™ large format 3D printer. 3D printing large, complex parts is now more affordable, reliable and easy.

Stratasys H350 Powder Bed Fusion 3D Printer

Stratasys H350

Stratasys H350 plastic powder bed fusion 3D printer produces accurate, production-grade parts with best-in-class consistency.

Stratasys J3 DentaJet

Stratasys J3 DentaJet

The Stratasys J3 DentaJet is an entry-level dental 3D printer for small to medium-sized labs to produce implant models, surgical guides, and gingiva masks.

Stratasys J5 DentaJet 3D printer

Stratasys J5 DentaJet

The Stratasys J5 DentaJet is a versatile and powerful dental 3D printer for medium to large dental labs.

Stratasys J5 MediJet

Stratasys J5 MediJet

Stratasys J5 MediJet Medical 3D Printer can create anatomical models and drilling and cutting guides that are sterilizable and biocompatible.

Stratasys J826 Colour multi-material 3D Printer

Stratasys J826

Based on J850 technology, the Stratasys J826 supplies the same end-to-end solution for the design process and ultra-realistic models at a lower price point.

Stratasys J850 Ear Buds

Stratasys J850 / J835 / J826

The Stratasys J8 Series 3D printers deliver full PANTONE colour capability including texture mapping and colour gradients for realistic prototyping.

PolyJet support hematoma Stratasys J850 Digital Anatomy

Stratasys J850 Digital Anatomy

The Stratasys J850 Digital Anatomy 3D Printer brings medical models to life with incredible realism, with the appearance and response of human tissue.

Origin One 3D Printers

Stratasys Origin One

Stratasys Origin One 3D Printer for mass production of end-use parts from high-performance polymer materials with Photopolymerization technology.

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Additive Manufacturing Medical 3D Printers Solutions

Advanced materials and techniques for part production


Innovation saves lives, 3D printing continues to empower doctors, researchers and medical device manufacturers to create solutions faster, test concepts thoroughly and customize solutions like never before.

Javelin products and services meet the needs of customers ranging from medical device OEMs and teaching hospitals to individual healthcare professionals. We are dedicated to help doctors train for, plan, practice and perform complex medical procedures and achieve better patient outcomes. We work alongside doctors, surgeons, researchers located in hospitals and academic institutions across Canada.

3D Printing Technologies

PolyJet Technology offers a broad range of material properties from rigid to flexible and opaque to transparent. Its an ideal solution to support the requirement for highly accurate surgical guides and true-to-life medical device prototypes. For strong tooling, custom fixtures, research aids or medical device components.

FDM Technology works with production-grade materials, including high-performance thermoplastics.

Both technologies offer bio-compatible materials, so you can take advantage of 3D printing scalability and geometric capabilities in patient care and advanced experimental work.

Additive Manufacturing Applications

How do medical doctors and engineers use 3D printers?

Why Stratasys 3D printers for the Medical industry?

Digital Anatomy Machine
Recommended Medical 3D Printer

Stratasys J750 Digital Anatomy

The Stratasys J750 Digital Anatomy Printer brings medical models to life with incredible realism that accurately represents both the appearance and response of human tissue.

Whether for surgeon training or testing new medical devices, these models provide unmatched clinical versatility and reduce the costs and inconveniences of cadaver and animal labs.

Digital ABS medical device
Accelerate time to create Clinical Trial Devices

In the past, prototypes were used sparingly in medical design work due to cost and time considerations, but 3D Printing provides a faster, more streamlined system that allows medical product manufacturers to develop clinical trial-ready devices in-house to check everything from form, fit and function to manufacturability.

3D printed hearing aid
Create End-use Medical Devices

Medical devices can also be difficult to produce, due to the small size and intricacy of the parts. Some medical parts are as small as a staple and measure just 0.020 inches in thickness. 3D Printing allows manufacturers to easily create these difficult parts from 3D CAD models.

3D printed anatomical model Medical Applications
Plan out Medical Procedures with Precise Anatomical Models

In cases where complex, multi-faceted surgical procedures are required, the ability to predetermine the best possible outcome is key. Anatomical modeling – made possible through the use of Stratasys 3D printing systems — allows surgical teams to evaluate several different treatment scenarios before deciding on a plan that ensures these needs are met.

Agilus 30 medical valve
Expedite prototype tooling for preclinical testing

Create prototypes using the same processes and materials as your finished product. At a fraction of the cost of machining, you can 3D print smooth, accurate Digital ABS injection molds, tough polycarbonate forming patterns or detailed casting patterns.

Medical 3D Printer Case Studies

Learn more medical designers and doctors are innovating with 3D printing

Featured Case Study

Medical Lean Manufacturing

Acist Use a 3D printer for fixtures, functional testing, industrial design and end-use parts

Advanced Contrast Imaging System Technology (Acist) is a medical-device company that specializes in developing contrast injection systems in the fields of cardiology and radiology

Medical 3D Printer Research

Learn how doctors, researchers and medical designers use 3D printers

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