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FDA Issues Final Guidance on 3-D Printing of Medical/Dental Devices

The United States Food and Drug Administration (FDA) has issued final guidance on using 3-D printing to create medical/dental devices that satisfy FDA regulatory requirements.  Additive technology, the foundation of things like 3-D printing, is a cutting edge regulatory area for the FDA.  On January 10, 2018, from 1:00 – 2:30 p.m. ET,  the FDA will hold a free Webinar on the new 3-D printing guidance.  To ensure you can connect to the Webinar, dial in 15 minutes prior to the start of the Webinar at: 800-369-2040, Passcode: 1397061.  To view the slide presentation during the Webinar go to: Following the Webinar, a written transcript, audio recording, and slides will be available at:  To read the FDA announcement and summary of its 3-D printing guidance for medical/dental devices, use the first link below.  To read the FDA complete guidance on 3-D printing and additive technology, use the second link below.  (FDA announcement and summary of 3-D printing guidance for medical/dental devices)  (FDA complete final guidance on 3-D printing and additive technology for medical/dental devices)