BCN3D Printers in Healthcare
Reliable dual extrusion 3D printing with IDEX technology
IDEX architecture is the most reliable and neat solution on the market when it comes to dual extrusion technology. This is because the two extruders work independently when printing water-soluble supports or multi-material parts. While one extruder is printing the second one is parked, preventing the drip of molten plastic into the part. Conventional dual extrusion printers have both extruders together, which may result in filament threads left on the piece.
Human Technical Support. We guide, you grow
By purchasing a BCN3D printer you will have unlimited free access to BCN3D customer care program, with 3D printing specialists available and ready to answer all your queries. BCN3D experts will be ready to assist you and guide you through the onboarding when joining the BCN3D family. We want to be part of your 3D printing journey and offer you a flawless experience.
A flawless User Experience
BCN3D printers are notorious for offering one of the best user experiences. The touch screen is the control center, one of the items that are better rated by BCN3D users. Its interface has been carefully designed to make all the processes intuitive and easy to use.
Use cases in Healthcare Industry
Here to help: 3D printing at BCN3D to change the face of the global Covid-19 pandemic
The tremendous lack of protective material for sanitary professionals fighting the Covid-19 crisis prompted us to start working on designing, prototyping, and producing parts to keep these professionals safe and comfortable while performing their essential work.Learn more
Additive manufacturing helps isolate cells from one of the most aggressive breast cancers
Scientists from the University of Girona have successfully isolated breast cancer stem cells using additive manufacturing.Learn more
Improving surgical operations using the BCN3D Sigma 3D Printer
Thanks to the BCN3D Sigma 3D Printer, surgeons of the Hospital Universitario Puerta del Mar are revolutionizing modern medicine by creating 3D printed replicas of organs and bones to practice before the operation and to better know what they are going to operate.Learn more
Improving Sara’s quality of life: A 3D printed prosthetic hand
When we think about quality of life, we imagine us sunbathing on a tropical beach or just taking a breathe in a relaxed atmosphere on the other side of the world. We usually think big.Learn more
Accelerating stroke rehabilitation thanks to a customized 3D printed orthotic swimming fin
Two industrial designers from Barcelona have created a swimming fin to accelerate the rehabilitation of Pedro, a 16-year-old boy who suffered a stroke, which paralyzed half part of his body.Learn more