Five photos of next-gen medical devices and consultation with Kumovis expert

5 key levers for next-gen medical technology

February 11, 2022

Can 3D printing help medtech overcome barriers when manufacturing medical devices?

Kumovis co-CEO Stefan Leonhardt holding a human skull with a PSI attached in front of a row of Kumovis R1 3D printers

3D printed medical devices: Kumovis Co-CEO Stefan Leonhardt on state of the art 2021

November 17, 2021

Learn what it takes to enable 3D printed medical devices that meet the demands of the industry, and why AM won’t replace conventional processes

Three Kumovis R1 3D printers standing in a row and a PEEK cranial implant and a human skull edited into the image.

Cranioplasty: PEEK implant 3D printing at point of care saves costs and follows regulatory pathways

July 30, 2021

Kumovis provides hardware, processes, and regulatory data needed to enable PEEK implant manufacturing for cranioplasty in hospitals

Kumovis co-CEOs Stefan Leonhardt and Dr Miriam Haerst showing documents of incorporation in the USA

Kumovis expands into United States​

June 21, 2021

In addition to further developing its 3D printing solutions for healthcare, Kumovis is venturing beyond the European medtech arena for the first time

Spinal trial cages 3D printed with X-ray visible PPSU and handle

Alternatives to using titanium for implants and instruments

March 1, 2021

Metals are widely used in medical fields like neurosurgery. But there are lighter yet strong alternatives to using titanium for implants and instruments.

Patient-specific PEKK implant featuring 3D-printed Kumovis Improved Implant Interface macrostructure

New portfolio: First impressions of Kumovis Improved Implant Interface

December 2, 2020

With Improved Implant Interface, Kumovis brings unique surface functionalizations to 3D-printed medical devices


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