We provide patient-specific 3D printed models to hospitals and surgeons for enhanced pre-surgical planningLearn More
Taking patient data to the next dimension
We facilitate a secure and HIPAA-compliant acquisition of the patient's MRI or CT scans.
Our patent-pending tools convert MRI/CT scans to 3D printable files.
3D Ops utilizes the most advanced 3D printers available to create patient-specific anatomical replicas, customized to your surgeon's desires.
Our rapid delivery to surgeons for pre-surgical planning is within hours, always with our quality guarantee.
We convert MRI and CT scan images into 3D printable data, then print 3D models of patient-specific anatomy for pre-surgical planning. The surgeons can hold, examine, plan, and even practice on the patient’s own modeled anatomy BEFORE entering the Operating Room (O.R.). Quality of patient care is enhanced and less time in the O.R. saves money. O.R. costs average $4,745 per hour. With just a 30-minute O.R. reduction per day, hospitals can save over $56,000 per month.
Improving patient outcomes is 3D Ops' passion. Patient outcomes are enhanced by:
A veteran of the medical device industry, Daniel has extensive experience in additive manufacturing, specifically in utilizing 3D printing and selective laser sintering using medical grade materials, as well as medical device design and patient specific solutions. He has a degree in mechanical engineering.
With over 35 years in Information Technologies and business start-up leadership, Keith brings extensive experience to 3D Ops. After a successful 20+ year career with IBM/Siemens, Keith has guided 4 start up companies from ideas to successful businesses. Keith's passion is creating Raving Fans with every interaction. After retiring from IBM/Siemens, Keith returned to Chattanooga, TN.
Beth is passionate about enhancing a patient’s medical experience with 3D printing. She studied and worked in 5 countries, completing master’s degrees in International Marketing and Business Management. In addition to her role in Customer Relations for 3D Ops, Beth works for a global medical company specializing in prosthetics.
Dr. Baxter is a world-renowned neuro-interventional radiologist with a passion for enhancing stroke patient outcomes and treatment methodologies. He is presently the Chief of Radiology for the Erlanger Health System, the 7th largest public hospital in the USA, and the Chair of Radiology for the University of Tennessee College of Medicine Chattanooga. Dr. Baxter has been instrumental in developing the Southeast Regional Stroke Center, one of the busiest stroke centers in the USA. He is the Vice President and President-elect (2017) of the Society of Neurointerventional Surgery (SNIS).
Mark G. Freeman, MD
Chief Surgical Advisor
Dr. Freeman is a celebrated orthopaedic surgeon with a passion to enhance surgery with the power of 3D printing. His Biomedical Engineering degree from Vanderbilt, Medical degree from the University of Virginia, esteemed OrthoCarolina Fellowship, product development experience with Smith and Nephew, and surgical consultant roles with several biomedical entities, have fueled this passion. Currently, he is the Chief of Orthopaedic Surgery at Erlanger Health System, Medical Director of UT Erlanger Orthopaedics, and Director of Anthroplasty and Adult Reconstructive Surgery at the University of Tennessee College of Medicine Chattanooga.
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