Kanteron Systems participates in consortium to develop 3D implants

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A new generation of personalized implants has been designed to compete in time and costs with traditional manufacturing. The project, co-financed by CDTI has achieved excellent results in its initial phases and aims to be the definitive step towards personalized implants.

The consortium members are: Surgival, AMES, Biotechnology Institute, Quiron Hospital Group, Kanteron Systems (developing the imaging component); and the research institutes Biomedical Institute of Valencia (IBV), and Metalmechanic Technology Institute (AIMME).

More info: UPV, Levante.