A Champion for Veterans and 3D Printing: Gordon Bosker and the San Antonio VA Hospital

Stratasys Blog for a 3D World

The goal was to leverage 3D printing capabilities to address the individual health care needs of Veterans across the United States. For the San Antonio VA, that champion is Gordon Bosker. Gordon is also an avid 3D printing enthusiast. Healthcare 3D Printed prosthesis

SwRI and UTSA to develop 3D printed medical implant for slow-release cancer medication

3D Printing Industry

Researchers at the Southwest Research Institute (SwRI) in San Antonio and The University of Texas at San Antonio (UTSA) are developing a 3D printed implant which can deliver a controlled medicine dosage over several weeks. Medical & Dental 3D printed implant Albert Zwiener Connecting through Research Partnerships (Connect) program Lyle Hood Southwest Research Institute The University of Texas at San Antonio

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UTSA Doctor Predicts that Researchers May be Bioprinting Organs in the Next Year

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3D Printing Health 3D Printing 3D printing cells 3d printing organs 3D printing tissues bioplotter bioprinting Envisiontec EnvisonTEC GmbH Bioplotter University of Texas San Antonio University of Texas San Antonio biomedical engineering departmentThe race is on! And why a sense of urgency? To save human lives—and prevent as much suffering as possible.

Arcam Metal 3D Printers Making Titanium Implants on Sicily’s Etna Volcano

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I am now back in Sicily and that myth is presenting itself even more clearly, as I ventured up to the volcano, to a small town called Aci San Antonio, lost among wild vegetation and spent craters.… … The original post Arcam Metal 3D Printers Making Titanium Implants on Sicily’s Etna Volcano appeared first on 3D Printing Industry. 3D Printers 3D Printing Europe Medical & Dental Metal 3D Printing ProstheticsBy Davide Sher.

3D Veterans Bootcamp

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veterans concluded on Friday of last week in San Antonio, Texas. A start-up organization, named 3D Veterans , was formed to train veterans in CAD and 3D printing for high-tech American jobs. 3D printing Additive Manufacturing CAD/CAM/CAE Education Life

Engineering the First Nationwide 3D Printing Network for the Veterans Health Administration – Part 2

Stratasys Blog for a 3D World

Recently, the Veterans Affairs Center for Innovation (VACI) launched the first nationwide medical 3D printing network through a collaboration with Stratasys, one of the largest manufacturers of 3D printers globally.

HOUSTEX 2017: Cybersecurity, Manufacturing Skills Gap, Automation, Oh My!

Additive Manufacturing

This year’s show explores key industry topics, including a variety of in-depth, industry-specific sessions and presentations trending in the Southwest, such as 3D printing in the oil and gas industry, 3D printing in robotics, cybersecurity and workforce challenges stemming from the skills gap.

Stratasys Unveils Project with US Department of Veterans Affairs as Part of Corporate Social Responsibility Program

Additive Manufacturing

One of the first integrated 3D printing networks rolled-out at Veterans Affairs (VA) hospitals across the nation. With three decades of experience and a lifetime of 3D printing innovation, Stratasys is in a unique position to lead meaningful change across many important social causes.”.

HOUSTEX 2017: What’s Ahead for Southwest Manufacturing, Oil and Gas

Additive Manufacturing

Panel: 3D Printing in the Oil and Gas Industry. 28, HOUSTEX will feature a discussion on 3D printing opportunities and challenges in the oil and gas industry. The programs will teach 3D printing and manufacturing to veterans and transitioning service members. HOUSTON, Jan.

EOS-New Balance Uses EOS Industrial 3D-Printing Technology to Additively Manufacture

Additive Manufacturing

So it’s no surprise that New Balance has turned to design-driven manufacturing for 3D printing custom spike plates, based on an individual runner’s biomechanics and personal inputs, for their elite athletes. No two runners are the same.

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SOLIDWORKS World 2015: Tuesday General Session Recap

The Solidworks Blog

This year’s winners included: User group of the year: San Antonio, Texas, Jim Lowery, Group Leader. This starts from 3D TV without glasses and 3D printing, to mass customization. In the future, you will think, your brain will be scanned and you can print your thoughts.

Shoes, Perfectly Balanced

Design 2 Part News

So it’s no surprise that New Balance has turned to design-driven manufacturing for 3D printing custom spike plates, based on an individual runner’s biomechanics and personal inputs, for their elite athletes. Contributed by EOS, Design-2-Part Magazine.