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We at Prayasta 3D, are developing silicone-based personalized breast prostheses which are uniquely customized to every patient in terms of size, shape and weight.Headquarters Prayasta 3D Inventions Private Limited 24, 2nd Cross, 8th main Haralur Main Road ReliableLakedew Residency 560102 Bengaluruwork
Prayasta is developing personalized soft tissue implants (for breast cancer patients) and prostheses. Its ‘Made-to-Fit’ approach addresses all the requirements that are unique in so many ways. They hope to create implants and prostheses that are rupture resistant and fully personalized in shape, size, weight, touch, and feel. Silicone is a key part of their development. The company’s current focus areas are breast implants for reconstruction surgeries and wearable breast prostheses for external use. One of its key products is the Silimac P250 Silicone printer. The startup has developed its own technology, Implant-grade Elastomer Additive Manufacturing (iEAM) which is designed for implant-grade silicone. Moreover, they also sell their 3D printer the Silimac P250. Put forth by the startup as the future of ‘implant-grade’ elastomers and 3D printing, Silimac P250 uses this entirely new method devised by Prayasta as a way to more effectively print silicone using a mixture of syringe extrusion and real-time curing. The printer can hold up to 14,000 ml material in a single refill, making it suitable for production, and boasts built-in UV sterilization for the print chamber, making it especially suitable for medical applications. It is precise and fast and has a build platform volume of 250 x 250 x 250 mm and a print resolution of 50 microns.