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Spinal Cage

A 3D printed spinal cage is a medical device used in spine surgery to support and stabilize the spinal column. Spinal cages are typically made of a biocompatible material, such as titanium or a polymer, and are designed to be implanted into the spine to provide support and stability following a spinal fusion procedure.

Spinal cages are typically used to treat conditions such as degenerative disc disease, spondylolisthesis, and other conditions that affect the stability of the spine. They are typically used in conjunction with other spinal surgery techniques, such as the use of bone grafts or screws, to provide support and stability to the spine following surgery.

3D printing technology has been used in the production of spinal cages to allow for the creation of customized devices that are tailored to the specific needs of the patient. By using 3D printing, it is possible to create spinal cages with precise dimensions and shapes that can be easily implanted into the spine, providing better fit and function than traditional, mass-produced spinal cages.

3D printed spinal cages are typically made of a biocompatible material, such as titanium or a polymer, and are designed to be strong and durable, while also being able to withstand the mechanical stresses of the spine. They are typically used in conjunction with other spinal surgery techniques, such as the use of bone grafts or screws, to provide support and stability to the spine following surgery.

Spinal Cage

The Peek spinal cages printed bij Bond3D offer superior properties compared to the Ti competitors.

  • One part production possible
  • Medical-certified material

  • Short lead time

  • Flexural modulus

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