Indiana-based manufacturer installs fifth Concept Laser Mlab machine as it scales to tap further into the growing global spinal implant market.
“Additive is booming,” says Alaedeen Abu-Mulaweh, Director of Engineering at Nexxt Spine a medical device company focused on designing, manufacturing and distributing innovative spinal implant solutions, who is about to take delivery of his fourth and fifth Concept Laser Mlab 100R machines this month.
The investment in Concept Laser Mlab machines has allowed the Nexxt Spine team to take ownership of the entire design, production and distribution process in-house, eliminating the need for contract manufacturers, thereby accelerating the speed of development and commercialization.
The team at Nexxt Spine are pioneers in the design and development of spinal fusion implants that incorporate interconnected micro-lattice architectures with the goal of promoting osteoconduction, osteointegration, and boney fusion.
With design, manufacturing and distributions functions in-house, combined with the shift to serial additive manufacturing production, Nexxt Spine is well-placed to service and scale, as needed, to meet the growth in demand for the spinal fusion device.