Using Additive Manufacturing To Print Glucose Sensors To Manage Diabetes

Engineers have developed a technique similar to inkjet printing that hey used to fabricate a new glucose sensor for the management of diabetes. The researchers claim the new system is more precise and efficient, and less costly, than current manufacturing methods and could lead to an artificial pancreas with a single point of bodily entry. Continue reading “Using Additive Manufacturing To Print Glucose Sensors To Manage Diabetes”

E-Appliance: EnvisionTEC Announces Release of New 3D Printing Material for Orthodontics

Lately 3D printing and the dental industry go together like peanut butter and jelly—and with strides being made one after another for 3D printing technology and materials in areas like dentures, different orthodontics, surgical procedures, and implants, you can be assured with innovations for the dental field, Continue reading “E-Appliance: EnvisionTEC Announces Release of New 3D Printing Material for Orthodontics”

Health By (3DP) Design: Worrell Helps Span The Gap Between Patient-Generic & Patient-Specific

Worrell Design Inc. is rolling out new means to reduce those “liabilities” and extend those “licenses” — patient by patient. Worrell is a family-owned and operated business and has established itself as perhaps the most prominent industrial design firm working in the healthcare sector. Continue reading “Health By (3DP) Design: Worrell Helps Span The Gap Between Patient-Generic & Patient-Specific”

3Shape Verifies 3D Systems’ ProJet 3510 3D Printer and VisiJet Pearlstone Dental Material

3D Systems today announced its ProJet® 3510 MP 3D printer and proprietary VisiJet® Pearlstone dental material have been verified by 3Shape for prosthodontic dental model production. Prosthodontic dental model printed on 3D Systems’ ProJet 3510 MP with VisiJet Pearlstone material shown with 3D printed wax-ups made on 3D Systems’ ProJet 1200 with VisiJet FTX Green material. Continue reading “3Shape Verifies 3D Systems’ ProJet 3510 3D Printer and VisiJet Pearlstone Dental Material”

First Ever Opposite Lung, Living Donor Lung Transplant Takes Place Thanks to 3D Printing

We all are aware that 3D printing has been helping advance several different types of surgeries. It’s doing this in two ways; first by giving surgeons the option of a variety of new types of 3D printed implants, and second by allowing surgeons to print replica organs for a better understanding of the procedures that they are about to initiate. Continue reading “First Ever Opposite Lung, Living Donor Lung Transplant Takes Place Thanks to 3D Printing”