Additive Manufacturing (AM) In Medicine

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Description: The technical University of Kosice, Faculty of Mechanical Engineering Department of Biomedical Engineering of Kosice. Those from the scientific and technical communities prefer to use additive manufacturing when referring to the group of processes that build parts layer upon layer. 3D printing is, by far, most popular term.

Google displays 20-30 times more references for 3D printing (or 3-D printing) compared to additive manufacturing.

 
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Contents:
Additive manufacturing (AM) in medicine
Speaker: Radovan Hudak
Authors: Radovan Hudak, Jozef Zivcak, Bruno Goban
Co-operating surgeons: Andrej Jenca, Branislav Kolarovszki, Dagmar Statelova, Bruno Rudinsky....

Košice, Slovakia, 22.11.2016

R&D AND BUSINESS TEAM
Technical University of Kosice, Faculty of Mechanical Engineering
Department of Biomedical Engineering of Kosice
- 10 emloyees involved into the medical AM led by professor Jozef
Zivcak (head of department of biomedical engineering and
measurement and co-owner of CEIT Biomedical Engineering, s.r.o.)

CEIT Biomedical Engineering, s.r.o.
- 8 emloyees involved into the medical AM led by Bruno Goban

ADDITIVE MANUFACTURING OR 3D PRINTING?
Process of joining materials to make objects from 3D model data, usually layer
upon layer, as opposed to subtractive manufacturing methodologies. Synonyms
are additive fabrication, additive processes, additive techniques, additive layer
manufacturing, layer manufacturing, and freeform fabrication (ASTM F2792).
Those from the scientific and technical communities prefer to use additive
manufacturing when referring to the group of processes that build parts layer
upon layer. An important reason is that it is the official standard term according to
the ASTM F42 and ISO TC261 committees (Wohlers Associates, 2016).
3D printing is, by far, most popular term. Google displays 20-30 times more
references for 3D printing (or 3-D printing) compared to additive manufacturing.
Today, many individuals and organizations use 3D printing and additive
manufacturing interchangably (Wohlers Associates, 2016).
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ADDITIVE MANUFACTURING IN MEDICINE

1971

1977

1981

1983

1988

Sir Godfrey Hounsfield

Raymond Vahan
Damadian

Drs. Jeffrey Marsh &
Michael Vannier

Chuck Hull

Dr. Mankovich @ UCLA

invents the CT scan

invents an apparatus and
method to use NMR safely
and accurately to scan the
human body (now known
as MRI)

create 3D models from 2D,
milled slices

Invents 3D printing via
Stereolitography

The first model of anatomy
is produced using 3D
Printing

(Katie Weimer, MS, 2016)

(Katie Weimer, MS, 2016)

(Katie Weimer, MS, 2016)

ADDITIVE MANUFACTURING IN MEDICINE

1998

2000

2003

2007

2008

Virtual Surgical Planning
(VSP) gets it start and
moves toward becoming
the gold standard for
surgical planning

personalized surgical
instruments for total knee
surgery become
commonplace

Dr. Kenneth Salyer
the first selectively
colored SLA model in the
US, produced in Colorado
(Katie Weimer, MS, 2016)

medical applications of 3D
printing date back to the
early 2000s, with the
production of dental
implants and prosthetics

successfully separates
conjoined Egyptian twins

(Gross , Bethany C. at all,
2014).

3D Printing in titanium gets
its start for implants

2003

(Katie Weimer, MS, 2016)

(Katie Weimer, MS, 2016)

(Katie Weimer, MS, 2016)

ADDITIVE MANUFACTURING IN MEDICINE

2008

2010

2013

2014

Radovan Hudák
Jozef Živčák

FDA clears the first 3D
printed metallic implant

first implant is implanted
designed and produced by
CEIT Biomedical
Engineering
Company

anatomical models for
surgical planning in hearts,
kidneys and other organs
becomes common

idea to produce implants
by additive manufacturing
in Slovakia

2010

2020 -….
3D printing as a surgery
assist
the increased availability of
biocompatible materials

(Katie Weimer, MS, 2016)

patent expiry and the
reduced cost of innovation

The company CEIT –KE
was established, later
CEIT Biomedical
Engineering s.r.o.

(Srinath, Aniruddha, June 2016)


IDEA TO REALIZATION

2008

2010

2010

2013

Project
Preparation of the project
STIMULS FOR R&D
Research of new
Budget: 2 mil. EUR diagnostic methods in
idea to produce implants
invasive implantology
by additive manufacturing The spinn-off company
Research of new
FINISHED
in Slovakia
CEIT –KE was established, diagnostic methods in
later
invasive implantology
Inspiration from Chicago
CEIT Biomedical
Engineering s.r.o.
(stay in 2006) and
Slovenia (Maribor
without participation of
TUKE
University)
Radovan Hudák
Jozef Živčák

CEIT a.s.
TUKE
Jozef Živčák
Radovan Hudák

CEIT Biomedical Engineering
Company was established on 2010 as spin-off company of Technical University of
Košice (TUKE) and CEIT a.s. holding (Central European Institute of Technology).
Company employes are mostly biomedical, material and quality engineers who
were students of TUKE, Faculty of mechanical engineering, Department of
biomedical engineering and measurement.
free form
modelling
& development
of prototypes

manufacturing
of certified
medical products,
custom-made
& in series

research
& development
of medical
products

CEIT Biomedical Engineering
custom implants made of titanium alloy (Ti-6AI-4V) (Grade 5)
manufactured by the 3D printing technology
plastic and metal prototypes manufactured by the 3D printing
technology, manufacture of anatomic models
3D scanning, digitalisation and modelling of medical products
medical data processing and adjustment
verification and validation of medical products medical metrology
and diagnostics
science and research in the field of implantology, implant
manufacturing and medical sensorics

- Company is acredited producer of CMF
custom-made implants: SIDC code – SK-130224
- Approved medical devices:
• Custom-made cranial implant P91710
• Custom-made maxillo-facial implant
P91709
• Custom-made cranio-maxillo-facial
implant P91708
• Custom implant for chest surgery

CEIT Biomedical Engineering
Louis Pasteur
University Hospital,
Kosice

SAV

Kosice IT Valley
University of Veterinary
Medicine and Pharmacy
in Kosice, Slovakia
Technical University
of Kosice, Kosice,
Slovakia
Pavol Jozef Safarik
University in Kosice,
Slovakia

Cluster for Automation
Technologies and Robotics

MEDICAL AM WORKFLOW

MEDICAL AM WORKFLOW

MEDICAL AM WORKFLOW – INPUT DATA

Body surface:

Bones:

Inner organs:

Optical and laser
scanning

CT/MRI/
DICOM data

CT/MRI/USG DICOM
data

MEDICAL AM WORKFLOW – PRODUCTION TECHNOLOGY
Direct metal laser sintering lab – EOSINT M280

Building volume
(including building platform)
250 mm x 250 mm x 325 mm

Laser type
Yb-fibre laser, 200 W

Precision optics
F-theta-lens, high-speed scanner

Scan speed
up to 7.0 m/s (23 ft./sec)

Variable focus diameter
100 - 500 µm (0.004 - 0.02 in)

Material:
Ti-6Al-4V (Grade 5), Ti-6Al-4V ELI (Grade 23)

MEDICAL AM WORKFLOW – PRODUCTION TECHNOLOGY

MEDICAL AM WORKFLOW – QUALITY CONTROL
METROTOM 1500, Carl Zeiss, Germany

MEDICAL AM WORKFLOW – QUALITY CONTROL

MEDICAL AM – CASE STUDY 1

MEDICAL AM – CASE STUDY 1

MEDICAL AM – CASE STUDY 1

75 grams

MEDICAL AM – CASE STUDY 1

MEDICAL AM – CASE STUDY 2
Age: 30
Cause of the injury: fall
from the building (9 year
ago)
In coma after the accident
Difficulty to walk and speak
Large cranial deffect: 33,8%

Material: Ti-6Al-4V
(Grade 5) titanium alloy
Weight: 125 g
Size: 120 cm2
Technology: DMLS
Fixation: 21 screws, f 1,2
mm

MEDICAL AM – CASE STUDY 2

MEDICAL AM – CASE STUDY 3

MEDICAL AM – CASE STUDY 3

MEDICAL AM – CASE STUDY 3

MEDICAL AM – POROUS STRUCTURES

MEDICAL AM – OTHER CUSTOM IMPLANTS

MEDICAL AM – R&D&CO-OPERATIONS

AM PARAMETERS OPTIMIZATION COMPLEXITY - EXPERIENCES

FUTURE OF MEDICAL ADDITIVE MANUFACTURING

TISSUE
ENGINEERING

3D
BIOPRINTING

BIOMATERIALS
SCIENCE

HARD AND
SOFT TISSUES
REPLACEMENT

BIOMEDICAL
ENGINEERING
BIOMEDICAL
IMAGING

FUTURE OF MEDICAL ADDITIVE MANUFACTURING
ACTIVE PROJECTS
Manufacturing and testing of custom made bone scaffolds made of hydroxyapatite (HA) by
use of 3D printing technology
(Budget: 250k €)

Analysis of the PEEK polymer and the additive manufacturing possibilities
(Budget: 250k €)
Design and complex characterization of biocompatible tubular 3D-scaffolds made of
biosynthetic extracellular matrix intended as potential substitutes of damaged human urethra
(Budget: 250k €)
All projects are supported by Slovak Research and Development Agency (SRDA), Ministry of Education,
Science, Research and Sport of the Slovak Republic

FUTURE OF MEDICAL ADDITIVE MANUFACTURING
PROJECTS IN PREPARATION PHASE

Project H2020: Distribute – Digitalization of supply chain and
manufacturing digital transformation
MBP-22-2017 Business models and industrial strategies supporting novel supply chains for
innovative product-services”.
Applicant: Aalto University School of Engineering, Department of Engineering Design and Production,
Finland
Partner: CEIT Biomedical Engineering, Kosice, Slovakia

Project INTERREG: INNOMED3D
Applicant: Ortotip, d.o.o., Maribor, Slovenia
Partner: CEIT Biomedical Engineering, Kosice, Slovakia

FUTURE OF MEDICAL ADDITIVE MANUFACTURING

https://www.visiongain.com/Report/1582/3D-Printing-for-Healthcare-Trends-R-D-and-Revenue-Forecasts-2016-2026

Photo courtesy of Concept Laser GmbH, May, 2016

FUTURE OF MEDICAL ADDITIVE MANUFACTURING

MORE INFORMATION
Contact:
Radovan Hudák
E-mail: radovan.hudak@ceit-ke.sk

Tel.: +421 905 820734