We are Particle3D
We are a Danish medical technology company working to make bone replacements more accurate, effective and safe.
In short: We Print Bone™
Two students and their professor invented the revolutionary technology as a solution to a problem: a local maxillofacial surgeon searched for an implant, better than current titanium implants, that could optimally reconstruct the human jaw. He asked for a material that is easily moldable and natural to the human body.
Particle3D has received several awards for developing this new technology including the Danish Venture Cup 2017.
Particle3D is driven by a strong team of ambitious, innovative and talented people with extensive experience within life sciences, technology and business development.
About the Company
I am very pleased to see the development and execution of our corporate strategy advancing. In addition to the company’s finalization of the development and registration of the innovative 3D printed customized bone implants, we intend to devote significant time and effort to pursuing global opportunities in offering 3D printed implants for different indications with the possibility of adding slowly released medication, such as antibiotics, which we belive offers tremendous opportunities for patients and health care providers.Thea Wulff Olesen
Latest News From Particle3D
Read about the latest news, interviews and events.
From University Project to Startup Learn more about how Particle3D developed from an ambitious university project into a medical device startup company. Our executive managers have shared their experiences in the two articles below. Nordic Life Science...
Particle3D to present at the LSX Nordic Congress Meet our CEO, Thea Wulff Olesen, and CCO, Casper Slots, at this year's LSX Nordic Congress in Stockholm, August 28-29, 2019.Representing Particle3D, Casper Slots will present among the most innovative Nordic companies...
3D Printed Bones: Why This is the Future Casper Slots, CCO of Particle3D, explains how 3D printed bones can restore and recreate a patient’s anatomy for optimal aesthetic and functional outcomes. The talk, which was given at a Tedx event in Warwick, centers around the...