Charles R. Goulding and Julia Wallace examine the ramifications of the recent announcement of a successful 3D printed ear implant.
Kumovis announced a new workflow for the production of certified medical products.
Researchers at the University of Nottingham have made a breakthrough in healthcare 3D printing.
New research at the University of New South Wales has shown a way to 3D print actual human bone. Bone is a highly complex human tissue, as it is both strong and lightweight, mostly due to the detailed natural lattice structure on the interior. Most times a damaged bone can heal itself; a break needs… Continue reading Creating Real Human Bone With 3D Printing
Farsoon’s metal 3D printers have been used to produce an officially approved medical implant in China.
Charles R. Goulding and Ryan Donley take a look at the 3D printing impacts to come from a new medical acquisition.
Charles R. Goulding and Peter Favata examine 3D printing being used for more advanced spinal surgical care.
Charles R. Goulding and Peter Favata explore the role of 3D printing in the manufacture of hip replacements.
Charles R. Goulding and Peter Favata examine 3D printing coming into play to aid in advanced shoulder surgery procedures.
Charles R. Goulding and Peter Favata examine how 3D printing is stepping up to create better results in ankle surgery.
Charles R. Goulding and Ryan Donley examine the ramifications of Stryker’s acquisition of Wright Medical.
A recent case study out of India highlights the low-cost benefits of 3D printing to create personalized medical implants.
We recently caught up with Munich-based Kumovis for a conversation in medical 3D printing for production.
A new medical-focused 3D printer integrates clean room technology.
Health Canada has issued official guidance for producers of 3D printed medical implants.
Surgeons in South Africa have recently completed an astonishing operation to restore the sense of hearing to a patient, using 3D printing.
A medical device company is installing more metal 3D printers to focus on spinal implant manufacture.
A case study from Autodesk and Granta highlights the technologies put to use in crafting a personalized skull implant.
In 2015, market research firm Gartner projected that medical 3D printing would become the pioneering field that would drive additive manufacturing (AM) into the mainstream in two to five years.