The additive manufacturing process of 3D printing is a fairly new way to create plastic parts for essential items. Here are some benefits of 3D printing in the healthcare industry.
The healthcare industry requires an effective manufacturing method for medical supplies, surgical treatments, and healthcare safety products. One wonderful method is called 3D printing, which allows medical professionals to create prototypes of the equipment needed to treat patients.
3D Printing Is Fast for Medical and Pharmaceutical Companies
The really nice thing about 3D printing is that the process is fast. All you have to do is draw or design a model, pick out the features you want your model to include, and print out the physical object. Since it takes very little time to print one prototype, you can print several of them. This keeps pharmacies well-stocked with necessary supplies and medications.
This Method Is Affordable for Consumers
The cost of the printing machine itself can be as low as $100. Since the machine prints items so precisely, manufacturers will not need to spend an excessive amount of money buying extra materials to remake prototypes. This allows products to be made and sold at affordable prices.
It Is Safer for the Environment
The healthcare industry greatly values environmental safety, and 3D printing allows the industry to keep its reputation. One way this form of printing helps is that the fast speed reduces the number of gas emissions released into the air. Also, since 3D printing is more precise than other methods of manufacturing healthcare items, it results in less waste.
3D Printing Provides Accessibility and Customization for Doctors and Pharmacists
Since 3D printers can be used anywhere, they allow healthcare workers and pharmacists to make designs in their facilities. The accessibility allows surgeons to perform urgent surgery, and it also helps pharmacists give patients their necessary medications when they need them. In addition to accessibility, healthcare workers can customize products according to a patient’s specialized needs.
These are just a few of the benefits of 3D printing in the healthcare industry. 3D Printing technology allows medical workers to save money while investing in quality equipment.
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Negative Side; The Obvious
Organized crime outfits can print illegal drugs at the point of delivery, reducing the risks of arrest and conviction from shipping and storing large quantities illegal drugs, which bring higher criminal penalties. Dealers could make illegal drugs on-demand.
Organized crime syndicates could migrate to selling blueprints, but if an unprotected or “public domain” version of drug manufacturing 3D printer blueprints become available, there wouldn’t be much profit in selling drug-making blueprints, unless other “marketing” techniques, such as product shapes would be made available.
Drug deals involving drugs made by common ingredients could become obsolete. Distribution of illegal drugs involving controlled substances could change with the introduction of 3D printers — possibly with a greater number of smaller distributors that could be harder to track.