3D-Printing Pioneer Greg Morris Joins Medical Additive Manufacturing Company

Medtech-focused additive manufacturing company PrinterPrezz Inc. (Fremont, CA) announced today that 3D-printing pioneer Greg Morris has joined its advisory board. His company, Morris Technologies, which he founded in 1995, was acquired by GE in 2012, contributing to its prominence in becoming a leader in additive manufacturing for aerospace and automotive applications, said the press release…

Orthopedic Implants Market Growth Growth Analysis by Manufacturers, Types, Applications and Technology Innovations 2019 to 2023

In 2019, California-based medifacturing company PrinterPrezz announced the news of signing a customer agreement with SI-BONE. The agreement is based on a deal of developing services for advanced 3D-printed orthopedic devices and implants. SI-BONE hopes to capitalize on the expertise of PrinterPrezz to come up with the next generation of medical devices. Brows Complete Research Report https://www.marketresearchfuture.com/reports/orthopedic-implant-market-838

3D Printing Visionary Greg Morris Joins PrinterPrezz’s Board of Advisors

“Medical is the next frontier for additive manufacturing,” said Greg Morris. “Like the aerospace and automotive industries before, the medical landscape is the next logical step for additive to make a profound—life changing, in fact—difference for both healthcare providers and patients. PrinterPrezz is at the intersection of manufacturing and medical, and I’m excited to contribute…

3D Printing Visionary Greg Morris Joins PrinterPrezz’s Board of Advisors

April 1, 2019—FREMONT, CA-(BUSINESSWIRE)— PrinterPrezz Inc., a trailblazer in combining metal 3D printing, nanotechnologies and surgical expertise to design and manufacture next generation medical devices, today announced that Greg Morris, a pioneer in additive manufacturing and formally of GE Aviation, will join its advisory board.  Having founded Morris Technologies in 1995, Greg paved the way for additive manufacturing and its adoption both on…

3D Scanning and Metrology

When one shops for a new sweater, one expects that the sweater should fit. If the sweater is too big, it’ll sag, and if it’s too small, it’ll feel tight. Producing high-quality surgical tools and medical devices requires precision akin to that of making products for aerospace components and semiconductors. Small irregularities invisible to the naked…

SI-BONE Partners to Create 3D-Printed Implants

Shri Shetty, CEO of PrinterPrezz, said, “SI-BONE is at the forefront of providing minimally invasive surgical products for the sacroiliac joint, seeking to help patients around the world who are suffering from low back pain caused by SI joint dysfunction. We’re working closely with SI-BONE to accelerate ground-breaking development of high-performance devices to meet the…

SI-Bone Jumps into 3D-printing with New Partnership: 3 Things to Know

SI-Bone signed an agreement with PrinterPrezz to develop and build services for potential future 3D-printed implants. Three things to know: 1. SI-Bone pioneered the minimally invasive sacroiliac joint fusion implant, iFuse Implant System. Under the agreement, PrinterPrezz will work with the company to develop additional 3D-printed solutions. “Our surgeons are asking for more metal 3D-printed medical solutions…

PrinterPrezz to Work With SI-BONE to Speed Innovation in Metal 3D Printed Orthopedic Medical Devices

“Every year the percentage of people being impacted by injuries from sports and a growing aging population increases. We’re expecting the orthopedic market size to increase from $5 billion to $50 billion dollars,” said Shri Shetty, CEO of PrinterPrezz. “SI-BONE is at the forefront of providing minimally invasive surgical products for the sacroiliac joint, seeking…