• D2P Software Users with Models
  • D2P Image-Lungs

Minimizing the need for technical expertise, D2P eases the adoption of 3D printing technologies by the healthcare community

DICOM images are imported into the D2P stand-alone modular software package that consolidates all 3D model segmentation and preparation steps into one workstation.  D2P is a cleared medical device intended for pre-operative surgical planning and the production of 3D printed anatomic models for diagnostic purposes.

The unique image segmentation toolset and its advanced VR visualization allow clinicians and point-of-care staff to minimize the effort and time associated with the creation of patient specific anatomic models.

Digital models exported from the software can be used in a wide variety of applications including 3D printers, virtual reality devices, surgical planning software and CAD software.

DICOM to PRINT (D2P) workflow graphic

3D Systems is the only manufacturer to offer its own 3D printers and software for cleared diagnostic quality models

  • Don’t miss this 30 minute D2P webinar recording for a software overview and demo

  • Software Features

    • Segmentation for CMF
    • D2P DICOM to print workflow
    • VR Rendering
    • Automatic vasculature segmentation tools
    • Preparing the mesh models for 3D printing

Customer Stories

  • Maxillofacial Surgeon at Bologna University Hospital uses D2P Software in Research Project Description

    Dr. Achille Tarsitano

    Complex anatomy is studied via D2P software so that safe, surgical margins can be identified around tumors. D2P also helps with communication between team members, training of the residents and patient-doctor relationship building.

  • D2P Software is Intuitive with Effective, Automatic Segmentation Tools

    Laura Cercenelli

    Bioengineering lab saves time with D2P software that converts patient-specific data to 3D models for vascular, maxillofacial and urological applications at Bologna University Hospital – St. Orsola-Malpighi Polyclinic.

  • Prof. Sarouji

    Galilee Medical Clinic is Changing the Face of CMF Surgery

    Prof. Sarouji

    The craniomaxillofacial unit is pioneering in-house end-to-end surgical planning workflow, in which physicians have the knowhow for using 3D Systems’ surgical planning applications and 3D printing.

  • Dr. Barry Katzen Testimonial

  • The Use of 3D Printed Models for Pre-Operative Patient Briefing

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510k Cleared 3D Printers

  • ProJet CJP 660Pro

    Use ColorJet printing technology when the final model is intended to have any combination of the following features:

    • Full color
    • Rigid
    • Easy to remove support material from internal surfaces
    • Fast
    • Low cost per print
  • ProJet 7000 HD

    Use stereolithography technology when the final model is intended to have any combination of the following features:

    • Rigid
    • Entirely translucent
    • Translucent with selective coloration to highlight anatomic structures
    • Sterilizable
  • ProJet MJP 5600

    Use MultiJet technology when the final model is intended to have any combination of the following features:

    • Highest resolution
    • Soft, flexible
    • Combinations of flexible and rigid materials
    • Easy to remove support from internal surfaces
  • ProX SLS 6100

    Use selective laser sintering technology when the final model is intended to have any combination of the following features:

    • Durable
    • Sterilizable
    • Easy to remove support material from internal surfaces