Axial3D is one of eight companies recognized in the coveted Platinum Awards – which shines a spotlight on the UK’s best tech companies.
The Platinum Awards recognizes and celebrates startups and scaleups from across the UK that have achieved the most traction, the most investment and created the best new product or service ideas in the past year.
Axial3D helps to transform pre-operative planning and patient consent while making 3D printing routine for complex cases. The medical 3D printing solution makes it easy for surgeons across the world to access 3D printed models from patient data with a secure online ordering portal and a range of flexible options. Models are produced and shipped within 48 hours from ordering, while 3D print files can be delivered within 24 hours – a process that previously took up to 8 weeks.
Above: Grammy Award winner – Imogen Heap, CTO of Axial3D – Niall Haslam, CEO of Digital Catapult – Jeremy Silver.
Niall Haslam, CTO at Axial3D said, “We’re extremely proud to have been one of just eight UK companies recognized at this year’s Digital Catapult Platinum Awards. 3D printing is revolutionizing patient care in hospitals across the world. Having our work recognized at the Platinum Awards highlights the importance of our mission to improve the quality of care hospitals can provide by enhancing existing practices, giving their clinicians easy access to patient-specific 3D printed models.”
Axial3D is a 3D printing firm that helps to transform the pre-operative planning and patient consent process while making 3D printing routine for complex cases. Axial3D’s mission is to improve the quality of care that hospitals provide by giving clinicians easy access to patient-specific 3D models. New users to medical 3D printing are invited to trial a free model of a complex patient case.