3D Printing service for patient-specific cardiovascular anatomy

HeartPrint is Materialise's service for providing 3D-printed cardiovascular models from medical image data. We have solutions for all of your model needs regardless of your application. Explore the HeartPrint Catalog or contact a Materialise representative today for more information. Don't forget that our options and data sets are continuously expanding, so keep checking in to see what's new in the Catalog!





The aorta has arrived yesterday and I can only say: superb! Brilliant!!!!!  It exceeds all my expectations by light-years! Exceptional, how well the model has been done!!! 

Marcus Treitl, M.D., EBIR, EDIR, Ludwig-Maximilians-University Munich, Germany


Why would I need a model?

Why choose HeartPrint® for your cardiovascular anatomical models?

Are the models off-the-shelf or customizable?

What material and finishing will be used for my model?

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Regulatory Information:

The Medical edition of the Mimics® Innovation Suite currently consists of the following software components: Mimics® Medical version 17.0 and 3-matic® Medical version 9.0 (released 2014). Mimics® Medical is intended for use as a software interface and image segmentation system for the transfer of imaging information from a medical scanner such as a CT scanner or a Magnetic Resonance Imaging scanner. It is also used as pre-operative software for simulating /evaluating surgical treatment options. 3-matic® Medical is intended for use as software for computer assisted design and manufacturing of medical exo- and endo-prostheses, patient-specific medical and dental/orthodontic accessories and dental restorations.

HeartPrint® models are not intended to be used as a medical device. Models cannot be sterilized and therefore cannot be taken into the surgical theatre.

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