Fusion Implants, a University of Liverpool spin-out which is using 3D printing to create implants for dogs, has received a six-figure investment from the North West Fund for Venture Capital.

Fusion was launched last year, and uses 3D printing for vetinary implants. Its primary product offers knee reconstructions for canines, and addresses canine cranial cruciate ligament, the most common orthopaedic problem in dogs around the world.

Dan Jones, general manager at Fusion, said: “The use of 3D printing gives greater…

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