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  • Improving patient outcomes with smart implants

    X-ray smart implant - hip Since the early 1900s, surgeons have been using metal implants in healthcare, typically to treat bone diseases including osteoarthritis and inflammatory rheumatoid arthritis, as well as in reconstruction therapy. Though a long-established technology, traditional implants often cause challenges for patients and surgeons. One area currently being developed is smart implants, which improve patient outcomes, bringing the technology into the modern age.

  • Renishaw presents world leading metal 3D printing systems optimized for manufacturing of dental devices

    RenAM 500M Global engineering and healthcare technologies company, Renishaw, is attending LMT LABDAY, the largest dental laboratory event in North America. Renishaw will be exhibiting its world-leading metal additive manufacturing (AM) systems for the production of crowns and bridges and removable partial dentures (RPDs).

  • Renishaw partners Advanced Digital Technology Foundation

    LaserImplant Zygomatic placement guide Global engineering and healthcare technology company, Renishaw, has become a gold sponsor of North american based head and neck reconstruction organisation, Advanced Digital Technology (ADT) Foundation.

  • Additive manufacturing in veterinary surgery - saving a well-loved member of the family

    Bernese Mountain Dog implant A truly international effort, involving input from Germany, Canada and the UK has seen additive manufacturing (AM), also known as metal 3D printing, used to great effect to help save a Canadian family’s dog.

  • Renishaw additive manufacturing in Australian first at Proslab's Melbourne facility

    AM 400 additive manufacturing system In an Australian first, a unique 3D laser printer built in the UK by global specialists Renishaw is now up and running at Proslab’s high-end Melbourne facility and is ready to provide superior quality and output. Renishaw’s additive manufacturing systems use metal powder bed fusion technology to build complex dental components direct from digital CAD files.

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