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    Orthopedist Sought Out Due to 3D Printed Implants in Knee Replacements

    Dr. Bryan Huber operates out of a small orthopaedic clinic in rural Vermont, but he's been sought out by patients across the country needing knee replacements. His reputation has been built up largely because he was one of the first to begin using the iTotal joint replacement system from ConforMIS. The company uses CT scans to 3D print exact replicas of patients' joints, which are used in place of the one-size-fits-all implants traditionally used in knee replacements. The system has resulted in faster recoveries, much greater mobility, and reduced pain for patients. Read more at 3DPrint.com: http://3dprint.com/116714/conformis-knee-replacements/

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    Make or buy?

    Quote Originally Posted by Brian_Krassenstein View Post
    Dr. Bryan Huber operates out of a small orthopaedic clinic in rural Vermont, but he's been sought out by patients across the country needing knee replacements. His reputation has been built up largely because he was one of the first to begin using the iTotal joint replacement system from ConforMIS. The company uses CT scans to 3D print exact replicas of patients' joints, which are used in place of the one-size-fits-all implants traditionally used in knee replacements. The system has resulted in faster recoveries, much greater mobility, and reduced pain for patients. Read more at 3DPrint.com: http://3dprint.com/116714/conformis-knee-replacements/


    Does Conformis make or buy their products?
    And do they print i 3D metal?
    How many implants does they make each day?

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    thread is 18months old.
    The original article is all we got :-)

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