Johnson & Johnson Collaborating with HP on 3D Printing Technologies

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...

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Julie Vetalice is ORTHOWORLD's Editorial Assistant. She has covered the orthopedic industry for over 20 years, having joined the company in 1999.

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