About Xilloc

A 3D Printing Story From Perfect Bone Implants to Complex Satellite Parts.

Xilloc started as a company specialized in custom products, for high quality medical applications such as Patient-Specific-Implants, Surgical Guides and Anatomical Models. To answer the demand for similar high quality parts in industrial applications we are dedicated to push Xilloc to the highest standard also in the field of industrial 3D Printing for polymers, metals and ceramics.

The company uses state-of-the-art design and manufacturing methods, including a wide range of 3D Printing technologies. Xilloc designed and produced both the world’s first 3D printed cranial plate as well as the first full 3D printed mandible. Our experts also provide services such as Additive Manufacturing & 3D Printing consultancy, technology and knowledge transfer, re-design advice and small batch production for high-quality industrial and medical parts.

Brief history

Xilloc Medical B.V. was founded in 2011 and by now is well known as the leading company specialized in patient-specific products (implants, cutting guides and anatomical models). Xilloc was the first to use metal additive manufacturing to produce a skull implant and a full lower jaw in titanium. We use state-of-the-art technology to design and produce these unique medical products, which accounts for their perfect fit, every time.

The world’s first 3D printed complete jaw implant


Recognizing the advantages of 3D printing, Xilloc decided to support The Next Industrial Revolution and launched Xilloc Industrial in 2015 with the goal to boost the use of additive manufacturing through all industries. We offer our production capacity and  know-how to companies who are interested to leverage their products by embracing additive manufacturing. Typical markets interested in AM are aerospace, automotive, medical and tooling, but others can also benefit. As an example, Xilloc helped to produce the world’s first 3D printed aluminium guitar!

So how can we help you to take full advantage of additive manufacturing? Because AM rocks!


The world’s first 3D printed aluminium guitar