An announcement from Stratasys hints at where the future of 3D printing might be heading.
While addressing animals on the endangered species list is a major undertaking, 3D scanning and 3D printing can preserve these Vanishing Legacies.
3D printed medical models are becoming ever more realistic, as Stratasys shows with its new biomechanically realistic bone capability.
I got my hands on a fantastic full color, transparent 3D print from Mixed Dimensions and it’s worth discussing.
Stratasys is proving out a strategy of application-based 3D printing.
Stratasys is unveiling a new Digital Anatomy portfolio to offer targeted functionality in healthcare 3D printing.
Medical 3D printing is becoming increasingly valuable for manufacturers and clinicians to solve patient-specific problems through tailored implants to improve diagnostic decision-making.
Henry Ford Health Systems has brought 3D printing into 1,000 patients’ cardiac treatments.
Formlabs announced the installation of one of their new Form Cell systems at a health care provider, demonstrating the viability of their strategy.
There’s a large new set of 3D models focused on anatomy, courtesy of a collaboration between Threeding.com and Artec.