3D Printed Medical Devices

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The availability of diverse 3D printing technologies and an extensive selection of materials empowers us to cater to a wide array of needs.

This encompasses areas such as constructing prototypes, fabricating instruments, developing implants, creating tools, and producing various devices.

Verified Suppliers

For 3D printing technologies that are not currently available in-house:
We collaborate with a network of trusted suppliers to ensure the highest quality and technologies for all our projects. This network allows us to offer a diverse range of options to meet your specific needs.

Fast Delivery

With our time-saving processes and efficient logistics, we guarantee fast delivery of your 3D printed components. Whether it’s a prototype or a production run, you can rely on us to meet your deadlines promptly and reliably.

Competitive Prices

We understand the importance of cost-effectiveness in the medical sector. That’s why we strive to provide competitive prices for our 3D printing services. By optimizing our supply chain and leveraging our supplier network, we offer affordable solutions without compromising on quality.

Material & Technology

We offer a comprehensive selection of materials and cutting-edge technologies for 3D printing. Our selection includes biocompatible resins, robust thermoplastics, stainless steel, and titanium, addressing a broad spectrum of medical needs.

3D Printing

Constructing objects layer by layer from digital 3D models and offering exceptional design flexibility. Lizard Health specializes in precise printing services for custom medical devices, prototypes, anatomically models and tools.

Advantages like creating complex geometries, rapid prototyping without expensive tooling, and customization for individual patient anatomy using medical-grade materials. Contact us to explore how additive 3D printing can elevate your medical projects with precision and efficiency.

3D Print Technical Data

Depending on the technology of choice, we can offer a wide range of accuracy and material properties. Whether you need fine details or robust structural integrity, our technical capabilities ensure exceptional quality in every print.

Our Materials

We offer a selection of high-quality materials tailored for medical applications. Choose from biocompatible resins, durable thermoplastics, and specialized materials suitable for prototyping, functional parts, anatomical models and tools.

File Formats

We can handle a wide range of file formats to accommodate diverse design software and workflows. Commonly supported formats include STL, OBJ and STEP. Our goal is to streamline the process and facilitate seamless integration of your designs into our 3D printing workflow.


Our additive manufacturing process is optimized for efficiency and precision. From file preparation and slicing to printing and post-processing, we adhere to strict quality control measures to deliver consistent and reliable results. Our experienced team ensures that each part meets your
specifications and requirements.

The Technique behind 3D Printing

Functional Model & Services

FDM (Fused Deposition Modeling)

FDM is a widely used 3D printing method that extrudes thermoplastic filament layer by layer to create objects. This technology is known for its affordability and versatility, making it suitable for various applications. The materials range from standard materials to complex, flexible, composite and high-performance materials. PLA, PETG and ABS are the most popular.

Blend of Materials & Hues

MJM (Multijet Modeling)

MJM is a 3D printing process that uses multiple jets to selectively deposit material (usually photopolymers) onto a build platform. Each layer is cured with UV light, allowing for high-resolution prints with fine details. MJM is ideal for creating precise prototypes and complex models.

For Components with Complex Shapes

SLA (Stereolithography)

SLA utilizes a UV laser to solidify liquid resin layer by layer, creating highly accurate and detailed parts with smooth surface finishes. This technology is ideal for producing prototypes, patterns, and parts with intricate geometries. Because of a huge range of materials, SLA can also be used with biocompatible resins, making it suitable for applications where biocompatibility is essential.

Powder based 3D Printing

SLS (Selective laser sintering)

SLS is a 3D printing process using a laser to fuse powdered materials like nylon into durable, robust parts. It’s ideal for complex geometries without support structures, making it great for end-use parts and functional prototypes. SLS materials offer high strength, heat resistance, and chemical resistance, suitable for demanding applications.

Printing Method

SLM (Selective Laser Melting)

SLM is similar to SLS but specifically used with metal powders. A high-energy laser melts and fuses metal powders layer by layer to create fully dense metal parts. SLM is used for producing high-strength and complex metal components.

Printing Method

BJ (Binder Jetting)

Binder Jetting is a 3D printing technique where a liquid binding agent is selectively deposited onto a powder bed, binding the particles together to form each layer of the object. After printing, the excess powder is removed. Binder Jetting is suitable for creating prototypes, sand molds, and metal parts.

We get the best out of your components

At Lizard Health, we specialize in enhancing the quality and aesthetics of your 3D-printed parts through various finishing processes. Our services include sandblasting, surface finishing, mechanical and chemical smoothing, coloring, and more.

Whether you need to improve surface texture, achieve a polished appearance, or add color to your components, we have the expertise and capabilities to elevate the final look and feel of your 3D-printed parts. Our finishing techniques not only enhance the visual appeal of your components but also improve functionality and durability, ensuring that your parts meet the highest standards of quality and performance.

Contact us today to learn more about how we can optimize your 3D-printed components and bring out their full potential.

  • Blasting
  • Coating
  • Colouring
  • Machining
  • Chemical
  • Chemical Etching

We look forward to telling you more about us !

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