FabRx announces launch of M3DIMAKER
FabRx Ltd., the innovative pharmaceutical biotechnology spin-out from University College London (UCL) pioneering 3D printing of pharmaceuticals, has released the first pharmaceutical 3D printer M3DIMAKER for the manufacture of personalised medicines. FabRx is thrilled to announce that their cutting edge alternating nozzle 3D printing system, which has been tested in hospitals, pharmacies and research institutes around the world, has now been launched onto the market.
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On May 24, 2016, the 2nd edition of the 3D Printing Design & Engineering Conference, at Designhuis, in Eindhoven, The Netherlands, will bring together designers and engineers to debate and discuss the design challenges from different perspectives using 3D Printing.
Insights into the speakers’ presentations: Continue reading “Generative design for additive manufacturing, Connected Adaptive Production and more at 3D Printing Design & Engineering Conference”
A 3D-printing device developed by a Lawrence Livermore National Laboratory (LLNL) optical engineer has garnered a 2015 Federal Laboratory Consortium (link is external) (FLC) Far West Region Award for outstanding technology development.
The award, given for the Large Area Projection Micro Stereolithography (LAPµSL) technology, was presented to Bryan Moran at the recent FLC Far West/Mid-Continent Region meeting in San Diego. Continue reading “3D-Printing Device Wins Award for Outstanding Technology Development (Video)”
While 3D printing is making leaps and bounds throughout nearly every sector, delighting, shocking, and blowing minds from outrageous 3D printed fashion to plans for using the technology even in colonizing Mars, one company has some very down-to-earth plans for making a serious difference for patients–and their doctors too. Continue reading “3D Printed Helmet Used to Treat 5-Month-Old Craniosynostosis Patient”
Some have claimed that the advance of medical (and computer) technology is progressing at a rate faster than the human mind can assimilate. 3D printing is simply two-dimensional printing built upwards. The most exciting aspect of 3D printing involves is the promise of healthcare solutions so tailored to the individual, only “personalized medicine”—dependent on individual gene sequencing—can compete. Continue reading “3D Printing as Innovation Driver for Medical Specialties”
U.S. biotech startup BioBots sits at the intersection between computer science and chemistry. Its debut product, a desktop 3D printer for biomaterials, which was just demoed on stage at TechCrunch Disrupt NY, combines hardware, software and wetware. It’s the latter area where the core innovation sits, says co-founder Danny Cabrera. Continue reading “BioBots Is A 3D Printer For Living Cells”
Many of us completely take our skin for granted, punishing it under the glare of the sun, caking it with makeup, and subjecting it to a wide array of materials and chemicals, generally without a thought. For some though, skin disease and trauma make life itchy, embarrassing, and devastatingly painful–and they can be potentially life threatening. Continue reading “Design Student Creates 3D Skin Printer Concept to Alleviate Burns & Skin Disease”
3D Systems announced yesterday the immediate availability of its revolutionary, all-in-one medical 3D printer, the ProJet 3510 DPPro, which the company plans to debut at LMT Lab Day Chicago 2015. The ProJet 3510 DPPro, the latest in 3DS’ stellar MultiJet’s (MJP) line, gives medical and dental labs the power to print precision dental wax-ups, … Continue reading “3D Systems debuts powerful new all-in-one medical 3D printer at LMT Lab Day Chicago”
The biomedical department at the University of Texas-El Paso has been working on 3-D printed breast implants, and the possibilities of this development could be limitless. Within the halls of UTEP, a high-tech printer is working. “We have 3-D printers, that can print various precise shapes,”… Continue reading “UTEP researchers breaking boundaries with 3-D Cell Printer”
With new “inks” containing semiconductors, researchers have been able to print LEDs for the first time. A 3-D printer can already make a prototype or spare part out of metal or polymer. Researchers at Princeton University have now taken an important step toward expanding the technology’s potential… Continue reading “3D Printing Bio-Electronic Parts”