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3D Medlab

3D-Medlab is a specialized engineering office in consulting and assisting health professionals to master 3D printing in the medical field.

Headquarters Bâtiment Team Henri Fabre Technoparc des Florides Marignane 13700 France
Categories: 3D Printers, Medical Devices
Phone: +33 4 42 10 06 71


With a strong expertise in additive manufacturing and medical applications, 3D Medlab team is there to support you in your innovation projects. Thanks to its expertise in design, materials, processes, post-process and regulations, our employees will be able to interact with your team to guide you in your technological and regulatory choices. Whether you are a neophyte or an expert, we will be able to meet your needs in a relevant way. We will accompany you in the discovery of these new technologies through training modules as well as audits, or by project support within your technical teams. We rely on a network of expert partners, enabling us to access all the necessary technical means to produce and qualify your demonstrators. A technological transfer can then be realised from our team to your factories or already qualified subcontractors. In order to be proactive and source of proposals, 3D Medlab is in contact with healthcare professionals (CHU) and research institutes, this way we can offer to our industrial partners the latest innovations in terms of 3D printing and market needs. 3D-medlab is thus placed between health professionals and industrialists to bridge the gap between innovation and industrial constraints.