OsteoFab® Implantable
Medical Devices


OPM Biomedical is an original equipment manufacturer (OEM) of medical devices that utilize the company's OsteoFab® process, which combines laser melting additive manufacturing technology and OPM's proprietary OXPEKK® material formulation to print orthopedic and neurological implants.

The rising cost of healthcare is a global issue that cannot be ignored. The adoption of our OsteoFab® implants over metallic and other polymeric options has been driven by the desirable economics, biocompatibility, radiolucency, and bone-like mechanics and behavior of OsteoFab® products. Studies have shown that our OXPEKK® 3D printed formulation exhibits osteoconductive charaterics – meaning bone grows onto the micro-textured surface providing suitability for bone fixation. 

OPM also provides contract manufacturing services to 3D print OsteoFab® implants from approved design files from customers worldwide. See details in the contract manufacturing section of our site.

As we are all aware, the world healthcare economy demands ever greater clinical efficacy at lower cost. OPM’S OsteoFab® technology directly addresses this market requirement. In doing so, our technology not only improves patient outcomes, but enables broad access to clinically effective, cost-appropriate global healthcare solutions.  

OsteoFab® Product Indications & Features

  • Cranial – Patient specific implants for cranial reconstruction (link to Biomedical Devices corresponding section)
  • Facial – Patient specific implants for facial reconstruction (link to Biomedical Devices corresponding section)
  • Spinal – Implant system for vertebral body replacement in the thoracolumbar spine (link to Biomedical Devices corresponding section)


OsteoFab® Technology Platform

  • Bone-Like Properties: Mechanically similar to cortical bone 
  • Radiolucency: Enabling post operative imaging without artifacts
  • Osseointegration: OsteoFab technology combines surface chemistry and topography that enables bone ongrowth. The manufacturing process produces parts with a surface that allows for cell attachment, osteoblast differentiation and new bone formation.
  • Steam Sterilization: Enables autoclave sterilization at the healthcare facility
  • Design Flexibility: From series production of standard sizes to patient-specific designs 

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