Partnership on 3D printing between Stratasys and Vital Images

objet_260_c3_right_view_closedVital Images, Inc., (Vital), a leading provider of enterprise imaging solutions, and Stratasys, Ltd. (Nasdaq:SSYS), the 3D printing and additive manufacturing solutions company, signs a partnership to develop an industry first print-on-demand service using Vital’s industry leading Vitrea® advanced visualization software and Stratasys’ 3D printing services.

“The advantage of offering this print-on-demand service to Vital’s global hospital and imaging center customers is that they can have best-of-breed technology available at their fingertips without first acquiring a 3D printer,” said Jim Litterer, President and CEO at Vital. “In addition, they can have these capabilities using the software they are already accustomed to using in their daily practice.”

“We understand the importance of streamlining the use of 3D printing in the clinical setting,” said R. Scott Rader, General Manager, Medical Solutions at Stratasys. “Partnering with Vital to integrate our 3D printing capabilities leverages the strengths of the two companies, with the mutual goal of improving patient care and providing clinicians with the tools they need, when they need them.”

Printed 3D models featuring both company’s technology are being showcased in Stratasys’ booth (#8518 North Hall) and Vital’s booth (#7946, North Hall) at the Radiological Society of North America (RSNA) in Chicago, November 29- December 4.

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