High-resolution 3D printed microscope could help detect diseases in developing countries

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Medical & Dental Ana Doblas Bahram Javidi DHM digital holographic microscopy Optics Letters OSA SI structured illumination The Optical Society The University of Memphis Timothy O’Connor University of ConnecticutA research article published in The Optical Society (OSA) journal Optics Letters describes how researchers have produced a 3D printed high-resolution digital holographic microscopy (DHM) microscope.

3D Printing News Briefs: December 1, 2017


Happy December! Rather than worrying about how much you have left to do in the few short weeks before the holidays, why not use that time in a more productive way and check out this month’s. View the entire article via our website.

Injection molding helps make healing fun

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Shane Luttrell, founder of Memphis-based Compliant Games, said developers are using the Cool Idea! As most health care practitioners know, getting a patient to follow directions is often the hardest task, especially when you are working with such age groups as the elderly and children.

University of Memphis to open $2M metal 3D printing lab in 2018


The University of Memphis (U of M) has announced it will be investing $2 million to open a facility dedicated to metal 3D printing. The additive manufacturing lab, which is expected to launch by April 2018, will be used for research in the aerospace and medical fields. 3D Printing Services

Wal-Mart’s pledge bolsters US manufacturing

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bought a shuttered Memphis, Tenn., By GoErie.com. MILWAUKEE — You won’t hear anti-Wal-Mart talk from Wisconsin manufacturers Tailor Made Products and Rockline Industries. Both are among companies enjoying increased business as a result of a public pledge by the world’s largest retailer to step up purchases of U.S.-made made goods by $250 billion over 10 years.

One of These is Not Like the Other

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and Memphis, Tenn., By Rebecca Carnes, Design-2-Part Magazine. Patient-specific medical products stand out amongst the crowd. Mass customization” is a term that is an obvious contradiction — like saying a soldier was killed in “friendly fire.”

The Reshoring Challenge: Why and How CEOs are Moving…

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In 2011, Impact Innovations acquired a gift-wrap competitor, Cleo, in Memphis, Tennessee. The retailer made the commitment and Impact Innovations invested $7 million in two presses, installing one in Memphis in June 2014 and then a second in January 2016. It shifted half of its paper sales to Walmart to Memphis-based production in 2015; and this year, more than half of all the gift wrap it sells to Walmart will be made in Tennessee, not just converted.