A Glimpse into the Future

Our inspiration comes from nature. It’s ability to be soft and flexible.

Nature uses compliant materials to adapt, interact, and conform to its environment. With these characteristics in mind, we developed our Silicone Additive Manufacturing platform to foster industrial implementation.

We believe that 3D printing has the potential to shift focus from rapid prototyping to mass customisation of functional products.

Looking at 2023 and beyond, we will be able to produce precise healthcare and medical implants that will enhance the lifestyle of those in need.

Although we work with silicone – at Spectroplast – we tend to work the material as nature intended.

Inspired by nature, the idea is to make components that mimic the qualities of nature, such as flexibility and adaptability.

Using additive manufacturing, we bring precision, flexibility and the highest degree of customisation to the medical sector.

Our components ensure high mechanical performance and are made from ISO standard materials.

Our next target is to personalise healthcare and medical implants, such as, dental implants, heart valves and plastic surgery implants, to name a few.

Materials used

The materials developed by Spectroplast are compatible with SLA 3D Printing technologies. Silicone parts can now be directly fabricated straight out of a printer. Direct fabrication allows circumventing the use of conventional moulds. Industry standard silicones can also be used to develop the material jointly with customers to meet highest industrial requirements.

For more information, check out some of our readily available and future products under Applications.