01 February 2018, Announcement
axial3D announces new research collaboration
axial3D is delighted to announce its participation in a new research project funded through the FUSION Programme on Deep Learning and Neural Networks for medical visualization applications. The project will be carried out at axial3D in collaboration with InterTrade Ireland and University College Dublin. The Background Deep learning algorithms are…
30 January 2018, Announcement
axial3D to attend 3DHEALS Discovering London event
axial3D is pleased to announce attendance at the the inaugural 3DHEALS Community Event: "Discovering London” on 8th February 2018. Our Chief Technology Officer Niall Haslam will be speaking at the event, which aims to connect innovators and early adopters of 3D printing and bio-printing in healthcare. Niall will join an…
22 January 2018, Press release
Kidney Transplant using 3D Printing Marks A Medical First in Belfast
A 3D printed model of a kidney has helped Belfast surgeons perform a complex and life-saving transplant operation on a young Belfast mother. It is the first described case of complete excision of a Bosniak 2F renal cyst from a donor kidney without the requirement of revision surgery 22 year…
08 January 2018, Press release
Medical technology firm axial3D establishes impressive Scientific Advisory Board to guide development of automated medical 3D printing software
The creator of the award winning axial3D insight platform and supplier of specialized 3D printing software and services globally, announces the formation of its Advisory Board to provide strategic guidance and solution strategy. The members include Pepper Denman, Anish Ghodadra, Alistair Hann and Simon Fleming. "The search for a specialized…
26 July 2018
Open standards in healthcare innovation
The use of imaging standards has been transformational in the medical world. Digital Imaging and Communications in Medicine, or DICOM as it is more commonly known, is the most widely known and currently most commonly used by companies in medical 3D printing. DICOM allows medical professionals to exchange imaging data across the world, describing everything about the data from storage…
22 January 2018
Key steps to producing 3D printed anatomical models
Meredith Telford, from axial3D’s Medical Visualization team discusses the five key steps to 3D printing patient-specific preoperative models on SLA printers At axial3D, our patient-specific 3D printed preoperative planning models are primarily made using stereolithography (SLA) printers which print exactly accurately layer by layer. SLA models are produced to reflect bone in their properties and appearance. With our up to…
Ex Vivo Partial Nephrectomy
An axial3D anatomical model aided diagnosis and preoperative planning of an Ex Vivo Partial Nephrectomy and subsequent Allotransplantation.
Comminuted Associated Both Column Acetabular Fracture
A physical, 1:1 scale 3D printed model of the patient’s pelvis provided additional insight into the severe injury beyond what was possible by viewing traditional 2D patient scans alone. The model helped the surgical team determine the optimum treatment plan.
Complex rotator cuff arthropathy
Use of axial3D model to aid in the diagnosis and preoperative planning of complex rotator cuff arthropathy.