3D printing is increasingly being used in the medical field to create customized implants, prosthetics, surgical guides, and models for pre-operative planning. This technology allows for faster and more accurate production of medical devices, and can improve patient outcomes. For example, 3D printed prosthetics can be customized to fit a patient's unique anatomy, while surgical guides can help surgeons plan and execute complex procedures with greater precision. Additionally, 3D printing can reduce costs and lead times associated with traditional manufacturing processes. As the technology continues to advance, it is expected to play an even greater role in improving healthcare delivery and patient outcomes.