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White Paper: 3D Printing and Digital Twins in the Life Science

Driving Innovation and Improving Quality with 3D Printing

By: Eric Luyer, Market Research Analyst

3D printing is driving innovation and improving quality.  By bridging the gap between the digital and the physical environments, innovative Life Science companies are accelerating the delivery of next generation products that are personalized, more precise and higher quality than ever before.

Request your copy of our latest white paper: 3D Printing and Digital Twins in the Life Sciences here.

In this detailed white paper, we address the following topics:

  • 3D Printing: What is it?
  • The FDA’s view on 3D printing/Additive Manufacturing
  • Current applications – Agile tooling and Healthcare devices
  • Real world examples
  • Bio-Printing
  • How other industries are leveraging 3D printing
  • Digital Twin technology (Simulation and Modeling)
  • Benefits of 3D printing
  • Industry feedback
  • Market potential

With the use of the latest technology, life science companies can break through barriers, using new methods of manufacturing processes, or using new materials to create unique offerings and can achieve market differentiation among competitors.

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