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Trandomed is a fast-growing company, manufacturing and distributing medical models and simulation. Working closely with researchers in State key laboratory of mechanical engineering department from Xi’an Jiaotong university.
Trandomed team has focused on medical 3D printing technology innovation and personalized medical product development for over 20 years in China.
Trandomed is a worldwide leader in the development, realization and distribution of human anatomical vascular phantoms
Trandomed designs and builds the world’s most sophisticated synthetic human tissues and body parts via 3d printing. This validated technology is used to replace live animals, cadavers and even human patients in medical device studies, clinical training and surgical simulation.
Strives to improve patient care by providing state-of-the-art
medical models and medical simulation
involved in the development of China's first commercial 3D printer.
World’s first human trial of titanium implant cast in 3D printed mold .
World’s first human trial of titanium/bio-ceramic composite implant cast in 3D printed mold.
Won National Technology Invention Awards attributed to substantial research in 3D printed craniomaxillofacial implants.
·Started Trandomed with ￥10 million angel investment
·Received￥10 million grant from local government
·Invented China’s first silicone 3D printer
·Received ￥2 million grant from local government
·3D printed silicone vessel created massive impact on world market of mock vessel
·Invented world’s first color 3D silicone printer
Graduated from Drexel University, Dr. Gong invented biodegradable Zinc alloys during his PhD research. In 2012, he co-founded Xi’an Advanced Medical Technology Inc., which focuses on biodegradable coronary stent. In 2015, he founded Trandomed 3D Inc..
As the pioneer of 3D printing technology in China, Prof. Lu established Rapid Prototyping National Engineering research center, first National Engineering Research Center in 3D printing of China.
Prof. Li is the director of State Key Lab for Manufacturing System Engineering. He recerived the first medical 3D printing related grant from National Natural Science Foundation of China in 2003. As the first-place inventor, he received National Award for Technological Invention.
Specializing in medical 3D printing, Prof. Liu has hold more than 20 patents and 40 journal publications. He received 3 major grants from of National Natural Science Foundation of China, and is the co-inventor of National Award for Technological Invention.
Prof. He received Outstanding Young Scholar Award from National Natural Science Foundation of China. He is the Deputy head of State Key Laboratory of Mechanical Engineering.
Prof. Lian is the senior member of Chinese Mechanical Engineering Society; Director of China Association of Machinery Manufacturing Technology; Standing committee of 3D printing Branch of China Medicinal Biotechnology Association.
Prof. Wang is the committee member of National Standardization Technical Committees(SAC/TC110/SC1); Senior member of Chinese Mechanical Engineering Society and International Society of Bionic Engineering.
Dedicated in Fluid Dynamics research for over 20 year, Prof. Yeo is specialized in heart valves and medical device R&D.
Medtec 2019, also the 15th international Medical Device Design and Manufacturing Technology exhibition was held from 25th to 27th Sep at Shanghai China. ...
2019 Summit of Resident Standardization Training is held in 30th-31st of August at Beijing. Trando 3D are invited to display this summit with newly-developed Modular Vascular Simulator (MVS), 3D printing hydrogel model (vessel, stomach, kid...