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

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A 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. 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 Connecticut

3D Printing News Briefs: December 1, 2017


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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. 3D Printing Services

One of These is Not Like the Other

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Instead of using a traditional cast of a patient’s foot, Sols allows each patient to scan their foot in minutes, upload the data to the company’s design center, and receive a 3D printed custom insert that fits every curve and angle of their foot. 3D Print Me. 3D Printing in the House.

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. Impact Innovations did not acquire Cleo’s old printing presses, but kept its converting equipment. But he needed assurances that his contracts with Walmart would last long enough to justify buying new printing presses. 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.

ConforMIS custom 3D printed knee implants help 61-year-old woman regain mobility


A 61-year-old woman from Memphis, Tennessee has received a customized 3D printed knee implant to treat a bad case of osteoarthritis. The 3D printed implant was created by ConforMIS, a Massachusetts-based medical tech company. 3D Printing Applications