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Johnson & Johnson Collaborating with HP on 3D Printing Technologies

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Johnson & Johnson, parent company of DePuy Synthes, is collaborating with a subsidiary of HP on use of 3D printing technologies to develop patient-customized products that can be manufactured quickly.

It is anticipated this collaboration will support innovation in JNJ segments such as DePuy's orthopaedics, as well as eye health and consumer products. 

Source: Johnson & Johnson

Numerous companies are developing, launching and talking about their products that are manufactured via additive manufacturing/3D printing, as well as entering into partnerships to support their efforts. Or, in the case of Stryker, constructing its own 3D printing manufacturing facility for initial support in its knee and spine segments. 

Join the discussion during OMTEC 2016, with three sessions focused on additive manufacturing:

  • Special panel discussion and closing reception: With experts from 3D Systems, Arcam, Stryker, Zimmer Biomet and more, followed by a closing reception.
  • Surgeon Perspective on Additive Manufacturing: Presented by Nirav A Shah, M.D., orthopaedic sports medicine and arthroscopy surgeon.
  • Surgeon Perspective on Custom Implants: Featuring P. James Burn, MB, CH.B, FRACS, orthopaedic surgeon, Co-Founder and Technical Director of Ossis.