3D Printing Registry

3D Printing Registry logoThe joint American College of Radiology (ACR) - Radiological Society of North America (RSNA) 3D Printing (3DP) Registry addresses the need for coordinated tracking of clinical 3D printing. The registry collects anonymized 3D printing case information with the ultimate goals of improving patient care and characterizing resource utilization.

Data collected are intended to answer questions about:

  • Clinical indications and intended uses for printed models
  • Source imaging
  • Model construction techniques and effort
  • 3D printing technique and effort, and
  • Clinical impact of the models 


  1. Read the case study about a radiologist-led 3D-printing lab.
  2. Learn about the growth of 3DP and the ACR® 3D Printing (3DP) Registry with Kenneth C. Wang, MD, PhD, Co-Chair of the ACR/RSNA 3D Printing Registry.

How to Participate

Visit the NRDR Knowledge Base article 3D Printing Registry Startup Guide for a  step-by-step approach to participation—from assembling your team to reviewing your reports.  

Already a participant in NRDR? Add the 3DP Registry to your facility registration.
Need assistance?                                      Visit NRDR Support   to view the Knowledge Base user guide or place a help ticket

Have an urgent issue?                             Call us: 1-800-227-5463, ext. 3535

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How to Submit Data

See the NRDR Knowledge Base article 3D Printing (3DP) Registry Data Submission Overview for information about registry data collection and submission.

Core Documents

Related Resources

Vendor Contributions

Formlabs   HP   materialise   stratasys

The registry gratefully acknowledges the generous support of the following vendors: Formlabs, HP, Materialise, and Stratasys.  Through donations of unrestricted funds, these vendors have made the RSNA-ACR 3D Printing Registry possible, in part, for an initial 3-year period of operation. 


Note: The registry governance committee, with members appointed by RSNA and ACR, maintain sole authority over the registry, its operations and the data contained within it. 

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