Anatomics founder Paul D’Urso
pioneered the use of 3D printing to
manufacture medical implants. The
company’s in-house-developed software
converts CT scans into a form suitable
for 3D printing.
In 2014, the company
made world headlines after custom
printing a titanium heel implant that
allowed a cancer patient to keep his
leg, and in 2015 it manufactured the
world’s first 3D printed titanium sternum
and partial rib cage. The majority of
Anatomics’ output is patient-specific
custom-designed medical implants.
company’s major export markets are
the UK, Germany and South America,
and it is now preparing to enter the US,
Singapore, Spain and the Middle East.