Curiteva Featured In Additive Manufacturing Media

Curiteva uses a novel 3D printing method called fused strand deposition (FSD), that is designed, programmed and built by the company. The company achieved FDA approval and is now in production for its first 3D printed PEEK implant, the cervical spine cage featured in this episode.

Curiteva Strengthens Inspire® Patent Portfolio with New Patent Issued for the Novel 3D Printed Porous PEEK with HAFUSE™ Technology

Huntsville, AL based technology company Curiteva is pleased to announce the expansion of its patent portfolio with the issuance of the third Utility Patent in support of their novel Inspire 3D printed porous PEEK with HAFUSE technology. This marks the 16th issued patent for Curiteva strengthening their position as a market leader in the 3D printing of porous PEEK.

First Surgeries Performed with Novel 3D Printed Porous PEEK HAFUSE Technology

Curiteva announced a limited commercial release utilizing its recently FDA-cleared Inspire Porous PEEK HAFUSE Cervical Interbody System. Curiteva pioneered and received clearance of the world’s first 3D printed, fully interconnected porous PEEK structure, utilizing internally developed Fused Filament Fabrication.

3D-Printed Porous PEEK Pioneers Reach Spine Market

BONEZONE reports that Curiteva received FDA 510(k) clearance for Inspire Porous PEEK. The cervical interbody system is manufactured through a proprietary and patented Fused Filament Fabrication (FFF) 3D printer that is designed, programmed and built by Todd Reith.