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Meticuly: From Humble Beginnings to WIPO Recognition

In 2015, the world’s first 3D-printed titanium thumb prosthesis was created and successfully implanted by surgeons. The advancement of our technology is that it is not only made from titanium but also filled with the dreams, dedications, and passions of two individuals who founded Meticuly. However, as well as our dedication to research and innovation, intellectual property protection is crucial.

As featured by the World Intellectual Property Organization (WIPO), Meticuly is proud to hold a strong intellectual property portfolio with 18 assets. This includes 6 invention patents registered internationally, with 2 licensed from Chulalongkorn University, 3 owned by Meticuly itself, and 1 co-owned. Additionally, 12 trade secrets safeguard our innovative 3D printing control parameters. Looking ahead, our founders, Chedhta (35) and Boonrat (44), aim to expand beyond Thailand and Asia, making this personalized medical technology accessible globally and setting a new standard for patient care.

WIPO – a global forum for intellectual property (IP) – is a testament to the power of dedication and innovation. Thank you, WIPO, for this honor.

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