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PrinterPrezz acquires Greg Morris’ Vertex Manufacturing
PrinterPrezz has announced the acquisition of Vertex Manufacturing, the advanced manufacturing service provider set up by Morris Technologies founder and TCT Hall of Famer Greg Morris. The two companies have merged to bring together two sets of complementary technologies and target markets, with PrinterPrezz focused primarily on the medical sector and Vertex serving an array of companies in…
Dream 3D Printing Soonicorns: Essentium, ICON & More
As of July 2021, 291 companies achieved the coveted mythical $1 billion status, far surpassing any previous year’s peak, according to financial platform Crunchbase. With 2021 proving to be a record year for unicorns, many emerging 3D printing startups could soon join the exclusive club. In the first part of this article series, we discussed several…
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Fremont Joins the Frontlines in National Fight Against COVID-19
Now, any of the 115+ Fremont-based biotech companies can be permitted to produce medical supplies in less than a week compared to the nearly 4 months it would take previously before the process was streamlined. Read More PrinterPrezz – Known for its 3D printing capabilities, PrinterPrezz is now working with key partners to utilize its rapid…
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How PrinterPrezz Aims to Realize a Manufacturing Model Tailored to Medical Devices
Shetty is CEO and co-founder of PrinterPrezz, a startup launched with this challenge in mind. The company is interesting not only for the conduit it potentially brings to medical devices — that is, a single pipeline from surgeon inventor through development and regulatory approval and into manufacturing — but also because of the important point…
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10 Key Updates in Surface Technology
University of California San Francisco Surgical Innovations partnered with PrinterPrezz in an initiative to bring innovative medical devices to the forefront faster. A co-located center at PrinterPrezz was established, offering engineering and manufacturing access as well as an open ecosystem of technology that encourages the commercialization of new ideas quicker. Read More
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PrinterPrezz Partners with UCSF to Develop New 3D Printed Medical Devices
California-based medical 3D printing service bureau PrinterPrezz has partnered with UCSF Surgical Innovations, an incubator-accelerator for medtech innovators at UC San Francisco. PrinterPrezz is looking to open a new co-location facility which will leverage the medical expertise of UCSF to develop new IP. The hope is that this will further research and development of 3D printed medical products, with…
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PrinterPrezz Receives Certification to 3D Print Medical Devices
PrinterPrezz received certification for Quality Management Systems for the 3D printing of medical devices. Three things to know: 1. The company is certified for the 3D printing of titanium, non-titanium metals and advanced resin and plastic implantable and non-implantable devices. 2. The ISO 13485:2016 certification is an international standard that that describes the requirements for a QMS…