WHAT WE DO
From the 3D laboratory or 3DPTLab we promote the use of 3D technology in the medical field. we offer development services of product health, design and manufacturing 3D and collaboration in research, meeting the quality standards of the I3PT and the regulatory product manufacturing sanitary made to measure and "in house" EU MDR 2017/745.
HOW WE CAN HELP YOU
Giving a second life to medical devices
Turning needs into solutions
Bringing your ideas to market
Adapting to the unimaginable
HOW WE GOT HERE
The 3D Laboratory or 3DLab is a technological laboratory within the I3PT Research and Innovation Institute, located in the city of Sabadell, in Catalonia. We are the meeting point between medicine and engineering. We work closely with professionals from the health, companies, research centers and universities that seek solutions to the challenges of the health sector through the 3D technology.
Cases per year
The 3DLab was born in 2015 thanks to the initiative of the Medical Coordinator, Ferran Fillat, doctor in Orthopedic Surgery and Traumatology of the Parc Taulí Hospital. Despite having created Tailor Surgery in December 2021, where a large volume of cases derived from Orthopedic Surgery and Traumatology have been referred, year after year we create a stronger link with the hospital. This means that more and more patients can benefit from the application of 3D in the medical field.
After many years of research, we are a reference unit in Spain in the use of 3D printing technology to diagnose and treat patients. Our goal is clear: we want to accelerate the inclusion of engineering in hospitals in order to obtain the greatest benefit for patients.
La license of tailor-made sanitary product manufacturer and “in house", EU MDR 2017/745, is imperative for manufacture of tools to support diagnosis and/or treatment in real patients. From August 2022 el 3DLab holds this for Class I products i IIa. This allows us to create any virtual tool that is used in clinical care practice, for example virtual surgical planning, and medical devices do not implantable which come into contact with blood, as do surgical guides.