This proposed research and development project uses binder jetting to create a medical ceramic 3D printing system. The system produces biocompatible ceramic components for implants and medical devices with design flexibility for better patient outcomes. The project will evaluate the mechanical and biocompatibility of the produced parts and optimize the 3D printing process for biocompatible ceramic parts, including material selection and process parameters. The proposed system could reduce the cost of biocompatible ceramic parts, making it appealing to the healthcare sector, which is seeking cost-effective manufacturing methods. The project team's mechanical engineering, biotechnology, and materials science experts create the proposed system. The project's ultimate goal is to develop a novel and inventive method for manufacturing medical devices and implants, which could lead to significant innovations, patents, and a healthcare startup company.