Sun.Mar 29, 2020

3D Printing for COVID-19, Part Five: Face Shields and Masks

3DPrint.com

As a hospitalist mentioned in a previous post on the efforts of 3D printing companies to address the coronavirus outbreak, some 3D-printed parts may be safer and easier to deploy. The post 3D. View the entire article via our website.

Formlabs Gets It Right With Their COVID-19 Response

Fabbaloo

Formlabs is now mass producing COVID-19 test swabs [Source: Formlabs]. Read the whole entry. » » community

This site is protected by reCAPTCHA and the Google Privacy Policy and Terms of Service apply.

Trending Sources

3D Printing for COVID-19, Part Six: Government Regulations and Outreach

3DPrint.com

As a country with a strong centralized government, China was able to enact a quarantine and manufacture supplies quickly compared to nations with weaker or decentralized governance structures. View the entire article via our website.

Technical Steganography: Concealing Secret Messages Inside 3D Printed Models

3DPrint.com

If you’ve never heard the term steganography, join the club. It’s the practice of concealing a file, message, image, or video within another…very James Bond, if you ask me. View the entire article via our website.

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.

Dental College of Georgia: Examining Photoinitiator Types in 3D Printing Resins

3DPrint.com

Researchers from the Dental College of Georgia, Augusta University, are exploring better ways to perform dental restoration, detailing their findings in the recently published ‘Photoinitiator Types. View the entire article via our website.