With an ISO 13485 certified installation, and industry-level equipment for metallic and plastic 3D printing, ADDIDREAM makes high added value surgical tools, that can be either reusable or single use. From custom-build products to serialized ones, these high-end surgical tools “do more with less”, seeing as their geometry and their functionality is optimized toward reducing quantity, volume and weight, while bettering the precision of surgical gestures.
Customized single use tools
From a patient’s scanner image, ADDIDREAM makes cutting guides/pins aiming to be applied on the patient’s morphology. Work axes placement is chosen by none other than the surgeon himself. The guides are then 3D-printed in PA 2200 Biocompatible polyamide, sterilized, then directly sent to the desired establishment. They make for a better precision of the medical and surgical gesture, and an optimized surgery time. An ideal tool for pathologies needing specific operations.
Single Use Tools
Tool cleaning and sterilization are costly processes that need to be done before and after each surgical intervention by medical personnel. The cost of those operations is cut by offering a wide range of single use tools to medical establishment, tools that will automatically be eliminated after the first use. ADDIDREAM’s laser technology and printing volume (> 70.000cm3) of its 3D printer will immensely decrease costs and manufacturing delays of those serialized tools, while removing geometric constraints.
Reusable surgical tools
Highly resistant and complex tools are sometimes needed for specific interventions, in order to sustain the mechanical sollicitations on the tool during the operation. That is why ADDIDREAM offers tools made of biocompatible stainless steel, optimized in matters of weight and ergonomy, allowing establishments to reduce the cost and waiting time for those tools. Thanks to metallic powder bed fusion technology, and proprietary software, ADDIDREAM will be able to mutualize/add functionalities to ancillaries, while reducing their weight and congestion in kits.