Sun.Apr 05, 2020

Remarkable Struggles

Wohlers Talk

Our nation’s healthcare providers are doing extraordinary work. They are risking their lives to help many of us. We cannot provide too much support to them. I’m hopeful that they receive the personal protection equipment (PPE) they deserve.

3D Printing is More Than Manufacturing—It’s Fun!

3D Innovations

3D printing is a technology that has been in the news lately due to its ability to rapidly develop parts to help our medical communities. This technology is excellent at getting parts to people at incredible speeds, however there is more to it—this technology is actually fun at every age.

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Cartilage Tissue Engineering via Characterization and Application of Carboxymethyl Chitosan-Based Bioink

3DPrint.com

International researchers continue the trend in exploring natural biomaterials for bioprinting, detailing their findings in the recently published ‘Characterization and Application of Carboxymethyl. View the entire article via our website.

3D Printed Ventilator Splitter

Deelip

When there are more critical patients than ventilators to keep them alive, doctors need to take hard decisions on which patient gets to live on the ventilator and which patient will need to die. It’s hard to believe, but this is exactly what happens in hospitals in crisis situations.

3D Medical Applications

Held in Baltimore, Maryland, this event will bring together thought leaders, experts, engineers, doctors, researchers, and regulators in the many medical methods for 3D technology.The 3D Medical Applications conference is the most comprehensive, game-changing, meeting of minds for the future of 3D in healthcare.

University of Sheffield: Comparative Research of SLM & EBM Additive Manufacturing with Tungsten

3DPrint.com

Jonathan Wright recently submitted a thesis to the Department of Materials Science and Engineering at The University of Sheffield, exploring 3D printing with tungsten, a rare metal. In ‘Additive. View the entire article via our website.

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3D Printed Soft, Rubbery Brain Implants

3D Printing Progress

Engineers are working on developing soft, flexible neural implants that can gently conform to the brain's contours and monitor activity over longer periods, without aggravating surrounding tissue.