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  • A Swift transition to digital dentistry

    Front of swift dental group Swift Dental Group increase production efficiency in dental frameworks without the loss of accuracy by switching to a digital dental workflow using Renishaw's AM250 additive manufacturing system.

  • Renishaw previews QuantAM Dental software for additive manufacturing at IDS

    Front view of build plate in AM250 Global engineering and healthcare technologies company, Renishaw is returning to the International Dental Show (IDS) in Cologne at Koelnmesse GmbH from March 21-25th. The company will preview QuantAM Dental, a new software package, which increases automation in the production of dental products.

  • Collaboration announced between PDR and Renishaw

    Patient specific cutting guides and implants for reconstruction of facial bones Engineering and healthcare technologies company, Renishaw plc and PDR (International Centre for Design and Research), have signed a major new research collaboration that will help to ensure that the UK is at the forefront of healthcare innovation.

  • Mission to Nepal – surgical education and innovation in disaster affected regions

    Nepal virtual model The disastrous Nepal earthquake of 2015 left the health and surgical care systems of the country in disarray. To support and train local surgeons, a team of UK specialists undertook three missions to the country. Following the first mission a patient who suffered a road traffic accident was brought to their attention, culminating in what is believed to be the country's first customised 3D printed orbital implant.

  • Pioneering additive manufacturing reshapes patient’s face

    Stephen Power Surgery Additive manufacturing (3D printing) is changing and improving many traditional industries and processes. Healthcare is no exception with reconstructive surgery being particularly prominent. A horrific motorcycle accident left Stephen Power with multiple skull fractures that changed his life and meant he would require reconstructive surgery.

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