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Nexxt Spine invests in metal 3D printing to advance spinal implant production

April 24, 2019 / Laura Griffiths

Medical device manufacturer, Nexxt Spine, has expanded its metal 3D printing capacity with two additional machines from GE Additive. The company, which specialises in spinal implant solutions, is set to install a pair of Concept Laser Mlab 100R systems at its facility in Noblesville, Indiana, later this month. The machines are Nexxt Spine’s fourth and fifth AM acquisitions in under two years following its initial investment in 2017 to support the design and development of its flagship spinal fusion implants.
We used the first Mlab primarily for R&D purposes, but we soon realised that further investment in additive technology could add value not only to our overall growth strategy, but also at a clinical application level with the ability to develop implants with very intricate micro-geometries that could maximise healing, Alaedeen Abu-Mulaweh, director of engineering at Nexxt Spine explained. Over the past two years, we have made a seamless jump from R&D to serial ...