Addbone implant surface technology has micron and submicron scale terraces and ridges that have the potential to stimulate bone proteins to attach to the surface and start the bone remodeling process.

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The Additive Difference

Bone Growth with 3D Printed Technology

Studies show that Additively Manufactured Ti6Al4V implants having an interconnected open pore structure show an advanced bone healing potential. (data and studies on file)

Biologic Interface

When possible, our custom and core products are optimized to allow for interfaces, injection ports and lattice structures for biologics to assist the bone healing process.


Variable Honeycomb Lattice (VHL) design has been optimized to allow enhanced boney in-growth throughout the implant structure while maintaining strength. The structure, having smaller external pores and larger internal pores, has been optimized to also allow for the introduction and incorporation of biologics for a more efficient bone healing process. 


Implant surface technology features one way helical barbs that provide improved stability.

Additive Orthopaedics has developed and patented several innovative design structures which are incorporated throughout their current products and future pipeline. These structures are only possible through the use of advanced additive manufacturing.