People say a picture is worth a thousand words, but a 3D print is worth a thousand pictures. Why? Because the possibilities are endless.
In their search for a more advanced 3D printer, 3D Lab Denmark found the Stratasys J5 MediJet PolyJet printer. The J5 MediJet has allowed the lab to produce surgical guides with biocompatible and sterilizable materials, it prints models with highly detailed surfaces or with varying elasticity and softness.
In the short time, the hospital has had the MediJet, clinical staff has used the 3D models for presurgical planning, surgical guides, patient education, and research. It’s not just the department of Oral and Maxillofacial Surgery that’s asking for prints, either—the orthopedics and ENT departments are asking for models frequently, too.
In this white paper, you will find out how Stratasys J5 MediJet gives the University Hospital of Southern Denmark, Esbjerg new pathway to improve presurgical planning and research and why it is called the all-in-one medical printer.