3D Systems: Manufacturing the future

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3D Systems: Manufacturing the future

  1. 1. MANUFACTURINGTHEFUTURE Additive Manufacturing for Healthcare April 2014 WWW.3DSYSTEMS.COM NYSE:DDD
  2. 2. 2 Complete Content-To-Print Coverage •Consumer •Graphics •Medical •On-Demand Parts •On-Demand Manufacturing •Low volume manufacturing •Model •Capture •Sculpt •Measure •Inspect •Personal •Professional •Production 3D Printers 3D Software 3D Content 3D Parts 2
  3. 3. 4 PROFESSIONAL GRADE Price: $1,300 - $20,000 PERSONAL Price: $20,000 - $300,000 Price: $250,000 - $950,000 Modeling & Design Prototyping & Production Unmatched 3D Printer Portfolio 4
  4. 4. 3D Systems Print Engines
  5. 5. 8 On-Demand Parts Service Quick-turn manufacturing services Latest additive and traditional capabilities in nine locations worldwide Instant online quoting with proprietary, integrated sales and manufacturing platform 8
  6. 6. Engineered Skull Plates - ISO-10993 – 140MP ITE – Hearing Aid – Hearing Protection BTE – Hearing Aid – Custom Audio & Communications Prosthodontics Orthodontics – Bracket Fixturing Dentures Chair side full Digital Crown Sacrificial Patterns – Denture Substructures Orthodontics – Clear Aligner Vac. Forming Orthodontics – bracket casting Mouth guard Implant Drill Guide PrePrep Guide Custom Neck Brace Neck implant – Spinal Cage Heart Valve place - Preoperative tuning Fracture – Engineered Cast Implant Sacrificial Pattern Implant Instrumentation Prosthetic Fairings Prosthetic Limbs Orthopedic Braces Dynamic Ankle Foot Orthosis Custom Orthotics Cleft Pallet Correction Temporary Crowns Anatomy of Medical Applications
  7. 7. Sample Medical Customers
  8. 8. Artificial Nose - Freeform
  9. 9. Artificial Nose - Freeform
  10. 10. Custom ear prosthetic - AZM - academisch Maastricht
  11. 11. Facial reconstruction - Freeform
  12. 12. Clinical Models for Pre-Surgical Planning  Surgical planning  Informed consent  Trauma surgery  Congenital deformities  Craniofacial reconstruction
  13. 13. • Custom Hearing Aids (SLA) • Orthopedics (SLS) • Dental Prosthetics (MJM) • Orthodontics (SLA) It is likely these four applications produce more patient specific custom medical devices per day than all the industrial “RP” machines in the world combined Key Healthcare applications
  14. 14. Digital Design Process Impression Scan Impression (1-2 min/shell) 3D Software Manipulation (4-8 min/shell)
  15. 15. Rapid Manufacturing Process Shell Production Complete and finish Final Product
  16. 16. Knee replacement example – Conformis iFit
  17. 17. Orthopedic--Hand Braces
  18. 18. Traditional Hand Braces Current orthopedic hand/wrist braces are bulky, uncomfortable, unattractive & “one-size fits all”.
  19. 19. Scan Enjoy Design Build Orthopedic – Digital Hand Brace
  20. 20. Orthopedics Braces / Casts (SLS) Fracture Artificial limb cladding
  21. 21. Orthodontics -- Align Technologies  SLA Systems used to produce models  Aligners thermoformed on models  More than 17 million models in 2012 (60,000+ per day)* *Align 2012 Financials
  22. 22. Impression or intraoral scan taken Thermoformed into Aligners X-Ray scanned into software 3D Printed using SLA Technology Orthodontics– Align Technologies
  23. 23. Technology Driving Digital Dentistry
  24. 24. Traditional Subtractive Dental Manufacturing  Start with a big block  Large amount of waste  High detail means longer milling times  Geometry Limitations
  25. 25. Digital Dental Workflow  Plaster or intraoral scan data  ProJet DP for copings  ProJet MP for dental models  Simultaneously send a split file to each system  Model and coping that fit together  Finished at the same time! Models Waxups Scan
  26. 26. Digital Dental - Applications 37
  27. 27. Expanding The Range Of Digital Dental Manufacturing 3D Working Models And guides Wax ups Direct Metal iPro™ 8000MP SLA System ProJet™ DP3510 ProJet 3510 MPProJet 6000 Phenix PXS and PXM Confidential ProJet 1200 Medical Models
  28. 28. Surgicase - Dental Implant Planning Software and guides
  29. 29. Hawley Models
  30. 30. 44 Virtually Erase brackets Build Hawley retainer before brackets are removed
  31. 31. 46 Phenix CoCr Partials, Copings and Bridges
  32. 32. Crown Crown Filling Crack Market Background: Millions of restorations done per year – Typical Case • 52 year old patient • 30+ year old fillings • Too big to replace • Cracked • 2nd molar filling can be repaired Total Cost of these restorations $2,750 = $350(Filling) + $1200 (Crown) + $1200 (Crown) 47
  33. 33. Background: Tooth preparation Initial Step: Dentist grinds down the tooth to prepare for a crown Final Result: Filling in the back two all ceramic crowns placed 48
  34. 34. Current Options: Metal Base vs All Ceramic Porcelain fused to metal All ceramic 49
  35. 35. Pressed Crown vs Milling • full anatomy pressed crowns • Milled Zirconia • more expensive per unit • Does not look as good 51
  36. 36. ProJet® 1200 US$4,900 One hour 10-12 units 50 cents per unit 30 micron layers 43 x 27 mm build area Built in curing unit 200 x 200 x 300mm footprint
  37. 37. Physician Requirements for wider use Scan Virtual or Physical Model • Easy to use software • In house staff • Less than an hour training • Easy to order model • Under $100 for most models Design
  38. 38. Patient Communication Print bone models to match surgical planning software models.
  39. 39. Custom Device Manufacturers • Models can be sawed and drilled, exhibiting properties similar to real bone • Reduction in Cadaver cost and logistics • More hands on training • Duplicate sample cases thousands of times • Surgeon marketing • Trade show practice samples
  40. 40. 66 Surgical Procedures
  41. 41. Archeology / Anthropology / Veterinarian • Virtually unwrap mummies for study • Create lifelike duplicates for loan or educational purposes • Pre-study anatomy of valuable animals before surgery
  42. 42. 71 Low Cost Models Volume cu cm 890 cu cm 278 cu cm 84 cu cm 76 cu cm 67cu cm 21cu cm Volume cu in 54.3 cu in 17.0 cu in 5.1 cu in 4.6 cu in 4.1cu in 1.3 cu in In House Cost $272 $85 $26 $23 $20 $6 Cloud printed Cost $869 $271 $92 $92 $81 $50
  43. 43. Thank You WWW.3DSYSTEMS.COM NYSE:DDD MANUFACTURINGTHEFUTURE

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