What You Missed Last Month (October 2015 – Medical Devices & 3D Printing)

November 13, 2015 / by Kapstone Medical posted in 3d print, 3D Printing, 3d prosthetics, 510(k), Additive Manufacturing, FDA, FDA 510(k), FDA approval, FDA clearance, innovators, inventors, kapstone medical, manufacturing, medical device, medical device inventors, medical devices, medtech, Monthly Round-Up, orthopaedic, Orthopedic, orthopedics, physician inventors, Product Development, surgeons, what you missed last month

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Happy November! Fall is finally here, and with the cascading leaves also descends a plethora of exciting developments emanating from the world of Medical Devices and 3D Printing!

What You Missed Last Month (September 2015 Edition –Medical Device & 3D Printing)

October 22, 2015 / by MedTech Momentum posted in 3d print, 3d printers in schools, 3D Printing, 3d prosthetics, Additive Manufacturing, global spinal implant and device market, implanted 3d printed titanium ribs, innovators, kapstone medical, makerbot, manufacturing, medical device, medical device inventors, medical devices, orthopaedic, orthopedics, personalized heart models, Product Development, surgeons, surgical planning, team kapstone, what you missed in september, what you missed last month

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As summer drew to a close and the leaves began to turn to vivid shades of orange, red, and yellow, Team Kapstone was busy exploring the most educational and inspirational stories in 3D printing, medical device, and orthopedics. We are proud to provide our season-changing September “What You Missed” articles that inspired, equipped, and guided us through the end of summer and the advent of autumn:

What You Missed Last Month (June 2015 Edition- Medical Device & 3D Printing)

July 10, 2015 / by Kapstone Medical posted in 3d print, 3d printed skin market, 3d printed tissues, 3D Printing, 3d printing blogs, 3d prosthetics, Additive Manufacturing, EU, European Council, innovators, intellectual property strategy, inventors, june 2015 news, medical device, medical device design, medical device inventors, medical device legislation, medical device manufacturing, medical devices, medical technology, medtech, Model Prints, Monthly Round-Up, orthopedic surgeons, orthopedic surgery, orthopedics, Product Development, spine, spine blogs, surgeons, tracheal repair, what you missed last month

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Each month, as our team digs through the array of medical device, 3D printing, and orthopedics stories on the web, a theme seems to emerge and dominate the MedTech headlines. Throughout June 2015, the most-read stories surrounded 3D printing of tissues and 3D printing’s overall potential in healthcare, now and beyond.

What You Missed Last Month (Apr 2015 Edition)

May 2, 2015 / by Kapstone Medical posted in 3D Printing, 3d prosthetics, 510(k), FDA, FDA 510(k), FDA approval, innovators, inventors, medical device, medical device inventors, medical devices, Monthly Round-Up, orthopedics, physician inventors, prosthetics, surgeons, what you missed last month

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It’s time to catch up, and Kapstone Medical is ready to equip and guide you through the month of April 2015 with some of the most interesting, engaging, and inspiring news from the FDA, biomedical, and 3D printing communities. Read on for what you may have missed last month:

What You Missed Last Month (Mar 2015 Edition)

April 17, 2015 / by Kapstone Medical posted in 3D Printing, 510(k), FDA, FDA 510(k), FDA clearance, innovators, inventors, medical device, medical device inventors, medical devices, Monthly Round-Up, prototyping, surgeons, what you missed last month

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Welcome to the latest round of Kapstone Medical’s “What You Missed Last Month” in the Medical Device industry. Here’s what you missed in Med Device and 3D Printing industry for the month of March:

4 Questions to Ask Before Submitting a 510(k)

March 5, 2015 / by Kapstone Medical posted in 510(k), FDA, FDA approval, innovators, kapstone medical, medical devices, physician inventors, product development advice, realize your idea, Regulatory, Regulatory affairs, surgeons

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So you’re an inventor who wants to develop a medical device and use the invention in practice. You know the FDA regulates medical devices, but that’s about as far as your knowledge takes you.

What You Missed Last Month (Jan 2015 Edition)

February 18, 2015 / by Kapstone Medical posted in 3D Printing, FDA, innovators, medical device, Monthly Round-Up, physician inventors, surgeons

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While you were busy drawing up your latest medical device invention during the month of January, here are a few interesting industry stories you may have missed:

Three Considerations for 3D Printing of Medical Devices in 2015

January 12, 2015 / by Kapstone Medical posted in 3D Printing, FDA, manufacturing, medical device, medical device inventors, orthopedics, physician inventors, Regulatory affairs, surgeons

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In late October, Medical Innovations Labs of Austin, TX announced their new 3D printing hub. They plan to provide a hands-on lab environment for medical device inventors and clinicians to launch a new generation of innovation.

How Intellectual Property Brings Value to an Inventor

December 22, 2014 / by Marc von Amsberg posted in FDA, Intellectual Property, intellectual property strategy, IP fit, IP monetization, IP services, medical device, medical device inventors, monetize your invention, physician inventors, protect your idea, surgeons

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Surgeon inventors need to invest in intellectual property. The following dialogue outlines how a typical inventor works with engineering and IP to maximize return on investment. Read More...

An Integrated vs. Piecemeal Approach to Product Development

December 4, 2014 / by Stuart Lindquist posted in 510(k), FDA, inventors, medical device, physician inventors, Product Development, prototyping, realize your idea, Regulatory affairs, surgeons

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In this article, I’d like to focus on another important aspect of maximizing the value of your idea—the need to consider and integrate all aspects of product development from the very onset, regardless of how far you plan to go. Read More...

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