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Companies have recently started to launch implants constructed via 3-D printing to increase product customization and to save on costs. FDA says the additive manufacturing techniques are a promising form of personalized medicine.
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In an interview with “The Gray Sheet,” staff in CDRH’s Office of Science and Engineering Laboratories discuss the center’s research studies on 3-D printers used to manufacture medical devices and describe the challenges and opportunities that lie ahead.