September 9, 2022
Formlabs has appointed Guillaume Bailliard as the president of the company’s newly formed healthcare division. Formlabs has pioneered 3D printing accessibility in dental and medical industries, having sold more than 25,000 healthcare 3D printers. With this new division, Formlabs is now focusing on the 3D printing healthcare market, the company reports.
With the appointment of Bailliard, Formlabs is helping to deliver 3D printing solutions to support advancement in medical and dental applications. Bailliard brings more than 25 years of experience in the healthcare market, previously serving in various leadership roles in early-stage healthcare companies and within GE Healthcare for nearly a decade. In his new role, Bailliard will further build out the business unit to address both markets, creating a global growth strategy spanning product development and go-to-market planning, according to Formlabs.
“Formlabs is a driving force in advancing 3D printing adoption in the healthcare sector, pioneering materials and solutions that enable the industry to innovate and improve patient care. Recognizing that medical and dental applications present unique opportunities for providers to adopt and implement this technology, Formlabs has appointed Guillaume to spearhead our strategic growth in this category,” says Max Lobovsky, Formlabs CEO.
“3D printing in healthcare is an exciting opportunity that can streamline workflows, enable precision healthcare, and improve patient outcomes. Formlabs has been at the forefront of this innovation, with solutions that have enabled the industry to capture the benefits of 3D printing technology,” says Formlabs President, Healthcare Guillaume Bailliard. “I’m thrilled to lead Formlabs’ growth in the medical and dental industries.”
Sources: Press materials received from the company and additional information gleaned from the company’s website.
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