It was a great privilege to win the inaugural BEAI Early Career Award last year. With the awarded prize, I procured a 3D printer. My primary objective revolved around investigating the applicability of filament-based 3D printing in the domain of neurosurgery, generating patient-specific prints to aid in planning and teaching. Concurrently, the initiative expanded into the realm of medical physics & clinical engineering, encompassing the development of phantom and equipment prototypes. My presentation explores how these projects have developed, what steps there are still yet to take, and how 3D printing has the potential to evolve within our hospital in all areas. Thank you again to the BEAI, this work would not have come to fruition without their support.