Advanced Biomedical Technology Inc. has received two grants from the Ministry of Science and Technology (MOST) this year. “2019 Biomedical Leap Projects for Cross-industry Integration” and “2019 R&D and innovation-based Industry-academia Collaboration Projects” are most important and prospective government science project in Taiwan for all company which based in Science Park.
From these two projects, ABT Inc. is going to collaborate with plastic & reconstructive surgery department to define and discover the potential treatment strategy and benefits for microtia patients by using ABT’s medical 3D printing total solution.
“ABT’s novel AM system aims at providing a next-generation total solution for medical 3D printing application.“ said Dr. Bruce Chen, CEO of ABT. “Additive manufacturing is becoming an ideal way to help surgeons get curve fitting and complex structure implant. It could save time to process the traditional implant before the surgery, especially for the implant will affect the appearance shape of patients.” The government grant could help us collaborate with doctors and find out the best way to link customization service with the hospital.
Advanced Biomedical Technology Inc. (ABT Inc.) is a start-up located in Hsinchu Science Park who specialized in developing medical-grade material and service for medical 3D printing applications. Focus on providing realizable different medical grade 3D printing material and one-stop shop medical implant printing service to clients.
Advanced Biomedical Technology Inc., the first company in Taiwan, receives the FDA-announced Device Master File registering for biodegradable 3D-printing materials.
Advanced Biomedical Technology Inc. receives Device Master File (MAF) acknowledgment letter from FDA of the MeDFila® PCL-Ceramic 3D printing filament.
Advanced Biomedical Technology Inc. has successfully submitted a Device Master File to the Center for Devices and Radiological Health (CDRH) at the FDA for MeDFila®, their additive manufacturing (AM) PCL-Ceramic printing filament and received an Acknowledgment letter from the FDA confirming submission filing. For the medical device manufacturer, this MAF is now available for reference and review at the FDA.
“This MAF brings the MeDFila® another step closer to becoming the material of choice for medical 3D printing application and custom personal implant,” said Dr. Bruce Chen, CEO. “We will continue to deliver different composite material for medical 3D printing, which is a huge and growing market.”
Advanced Biomedical Technology Inc. shall provide MAF authorization letter on customer requests for their FDA’s review in the context of their product registration.
Welcome to visit us @ 2018 Taiwan Healthcare+ EXPO 11/29-12/2
A PORTAL to world-class medical teams and cutting-edge bio companies in Taiwan. Taiwan Healthcare+ provides anyone, anywhere in the world with convenient access to high-quality medical services and the burgeoning biotechnology industry in Taiwan, all certified and quality assured. This year, Advanced Biomedical Technology will show our medical grade 3D printing biodegradable filament – MeDFila® and future scenario of 3D printing service for medical application. Welcome to visit us and find out the potential of 3D printing at booth I1307.
Where will you be during Nov. 13-16? ABT team will be in Frankfurt, Germany at the formnext international exhibition. Visit us at our booth B30E! Welcome to see our medical-grade biodegradable 3D printing filaments MeDFilaTM and discuss your medical devices project with us. Get more information about formnext.
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Our CEO Bruce Chen was invited to give a talk about the application of biodegradable 3DP material for orthopedic implant at Shanghai Ninth People’s Hospital, Shanghai JiaoTong University Schools of Medicine in China.
Shanghai Ninth People’s Hospital is a leading hospital which provides 3D printing medical service to patients. In the meeting, Bruce shared his professional experience and accomplishments in biomaterial and demonstrate the potential application of medical-grade 3D printing filament “MeDFila” for the orthopedic implant. To know more about MeDFila, please visit: MeDFila