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Medical 3D printing company, axial3D, scoops ‘Emerging Medtech Company of the Year’ award

12 December 2018

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axial3D is honored to have been selected as ‘Emerging Medtech Company of the Year’ at the Irish Medtech Excellence Awards.

The 'Emerging Medtech Company of the Year' award is based on strength in the key areas of strategic vision, customer focus and innovation.

axial3D, founded in 2015, is making 3D printing accessible to the entire healthcare sector - delivering personalized anatomical insights directly to a clinician using a combination of innovative software and expert services. The state-of-the-art technology has seen axial3D achieve considerable success in its short history, partnering with many prominent healthcare professionals and organizations across the globe.

Daniel Crawford, Founder, and CEO at axial3D said:

“We’re extremely proud to have won the prestigious award of 'Emerging Medtech Company of the Year' at this year’s Medtech Excellence Awards. 3D printing is revolutionizing patient care in hospitals across the world.

Having our work recognized at the Medtech Excellence 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.”

The Irish Medtech Excellence Awards, now in its 12th year, is jointly hosted by the Irish Medtech Association, Enterprise Ireland and IDA Ireland. The ceremony recognizes and celebrates companies that have played a leading role in making Ireland a location of choice for global Medtech.

The Irish Medtech sector employs over 38,000 people in over 450 companies across the island, and is the second largest employer of Medtech professionals in Europe, per capita. The sector is expected to add a further 4,000 employees by 2020.

Get in touch with axial3D to understand more about how we are delivering on our mission to improve the quality of care hospitals can provide.

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