3D Printed medical devices $2.3 billion.
According to Paragon Medical Pierceton campus Vice President and General Manager Dan Blum, “We’re always trying to stay ahead of the technology curve, and this is one of the areas in [orthopedics] that’s really starting to gain some momentum. As this technology continues to grow, we want to ensure we’re at the forefront and able to drive innovation…within our manufacturing umbrella to lead the market in it.”
Paragon Builds $16M 3D Printing Center for Implants.
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