Inspired by the peculiar phenomenon that occurs when operating a glue gun, we present a technique for 3D printing strands of hair, fiber, and bristles using inexpensive 3D printers.
Topics covered include: • A 3d printed cast that can stop muscles from getting weak while the bone is healing • Augmented robotic arms, and human extensions • A charity that lets people 3d print prosthetic arms for kids • The different ways Titanium is being used to replace different body parts • Examples of […]
After realizing that established suppliers couldn’t fully meet the need for COVID-19 test kits, Origin, a manufacturer of 3D printers, approached Dymax about partnering on a 3D-printed nasopharyngeal test swab project. Dymax light- curing conveyor systems allowed the company to ramp up production to meet the skyrocketing demand, producing more than 2 million swabs in […]
The Next 5 Printing Breakthroughs (2019-2024) 3D printing speeds are slated to increase by 50-100X… READ MORE A Silicon Valley 3D printing company has been awarded a contract with NASA to launch a project creating a satellite that will print and assemble itself in orbit. Kiet Do reports. (8-26-2019) Silicon Valley Company Lands NASA […]
Presentation given on 3D Bioprinting and it’s applications. It was given at a Lunch & Learn at OEC.Great to see that bioprinting can be documented to save lives!
It could be the next frontier in medicine, Israeli scientists announcing they’ve used a 3D-printer to build a human heart. Imagine how this can change the field of cardiology forever!
3D Printing RX – Ease of Accessibility and Substance Abuse One of the greatest contributing factors to the rise of prescription drug abuse is the ease of accessibility. Prescription drugs have become readily available in most households, and as a result prescription drug addiction has exploded in recent years. The increased availability of 3D printers […]
Medical students can use 3D printed anatomy for learning, practice and general education
At the department of Oral and Maxillofacial Surgery of the Clinical University Hospital in Olsztyn, 3D printing technology helps in the daily practice of orthognathic surgeons. Over the last two years the hospital had approximately 300 hospitalized patients, more than half of which with cases of complex or isolated eye socket injuries. This modern technology […]
Bionic technology is removing physical barriers faced by disabled people while raising profound questions of what it is to be human. From DIY prosthetics realised through 3D printing technology to customised AI-driven limbs, science is at the forefront of many life-enhancing innovations
Watch this 3D Printing video which prints bacteria! No plastic, no metal, but microorganisms!
This toddler was saved with 3D printing. Heart problems left Lucy Boucher with kidney problems, and while her father was willing to donate a kidney to help, size differences presented a problem. So doctors used 3D printing to help her. See this amazing 3D Printing video.
\\ Plastic tissue realized by 3d printing technology. Researchers developed a new method enabling them to print with soft materials such as collagens, alginates and fibrins that naturally appear in the body. To date, medical 3D printing has been mainly used to create prosthetics.
Shane Fox of Autodesk talks to TCT about the company’s new software solution for the medical industry. It seems Bioprinting is growing more and more.
Researchers at the federal technology institute ETH Zurich have developed a way of producing body parts containing cartilage, with the help of a 3D printer. One of the first practical applications of this method is reconstructive surgery. Damaged body parts, like a nose or an ear, can be rebuilt in a computer 3D model. Cartilage […]
Medical researchers are increasingly turning to 3D-printing technology to make revolutionary advances in medicine. As its name suggests, a 3D printer prints ink not on a flat substrate, such as paper, but in three dimensions, in successive layers; the ink is substrate and substance in one. The first 3-D printers were developed in the nineteen-eighties, […]
Suffering from a chest wall sarcoma (a type of cancerous tumour that grows, in this instance, around the rib cage), the 54 year old man needed his sternum and a portion of his rib cage replaced. This part of the chest is notoriously tricky to recreate with prosthetics, due to the complex geometry and design […]
The FDA has approved the first prescription drug made using 3D printing. When will the second 3D Printed drug happen?
Dr Muhanad Hatamleh from King’s College Hospital in London speaks with Disruptive Magazine about how 3d printing is helping surgeons cut operating times while delivering a better and more inclusive experience for patients requiring reconstructive surgery.
On July 2014, 120 people gathered in Nazareth for 72 hours to design and develop together solutions for people with special needs. It was the first ever TOM: Tikkun Olam Makeathon. Tikkun Olam means “Fixing the World”, and we wanted to show that people brought together with the right surroundings can do a lot to […]
First Bio-printing Event in Singapore at Biopolis, Singapore. Biopolis is an international research and development centre located in Singapore for biomedical sciences. Biomanufacturing is getting bigger and more famous in Asia. This conference marks a historical beginning in Singapore
At the Massachusetts Institute of Technology, Tibbits and researchers from the firms Stratasys and Autodesk Inc were trying to come up with a way of describing objects they were creating on 3D printers… objects that not only could be printed, but thanks to geometric code, could also later change shape and transform on their own. […]
The 3d printing revolution came to medicine and is making people happy while scaring them at the same time! 3-D printing—the process of making a solid object of any shape from a digital model—has grown increasingly common in recent years, allowing doctors to craft customized devices like hearing aids, dental implants, and surgical instruments. For […]