Stratasys announced a major investment of US$10M in Axial3D, but why?
There’s now a way to 3D print ice.
Charles R. Goulding and Preeti Sulibhavi look at a new development in medical technology.
Charles R. Goulding and Preeti Sulibhavi examine a tragic applications of 3D printing and consider how things could have worked out for the better.
Charles R. Goulding and Julia Wallace look at the benefits obtained by the Mayo Clinic as a result of their increased use of 3D printing technology.
Researchers have created an organic resin material capable of electrical conductivity that can be used with the multiphoton process.
Charles R. Goulding and Julia Wallace look at the how 3D bioprinting may open new possibilities for women’s health.
Charles Goulding and Warren Buzzell Jr. look at research and commercial efforts to combat brain injuries by using 3D printing appraoches.
New research shows a way to optimize human 3D printed implants for more personalized microstructure.
Charles R. Goulding and Warren Buzzell Jr. look at how orthopaedic treatments are being served by 3D print technology.
Charles R. Goulding and Randall Rothbort look at the influence of retail change on 3D printing.
Medical authorities in Taiwan have begun 3D printing “replacement” organs for deceased individuals.
Charles R. Goulding and Warren Buzzell Jr. look at the contributions to 3D printing that are taking place at Stony Brook University.
Kumovis announced a new workflow for the production of certified medical products.
Researchers have found a way to 3D print soft, bio-electronic sensors that directly integrate with the body
Charles R. Goulding and Arianna Coger listen to ways 3D printing continues to innovate in hearing aid production.
Researchers at the University of Nottingham have developed an unusual approach for 3D printing medicine.
Charles R. Goulding and Arianna Coger examine R&D at CollPlant as bioprinting interest picks up.
This week, Desktop Health announced a new acquisition set to bring biomimetic 3D printing to eardrum repair.
This week, UK-based 3D LifePrints announced a new certification that further validates its patient-specific medical 3D printing focus.
Charles R. Goulding examines 3D printing opportunities arising from a huge increase in hospital system mergers and acquisitions.
Researchers at the University of Nottingham have made a breakthrough in healthcare 3D printing.
Tashkeel3D, a 3D print startup producing medical components in Gaza has been destroyed.
A new business is leveraging the vast Desktop Metal / EnvisionTEC 3D printing portfolio for the future of personal healthcare.
Farsoon’s metal 3D printers have been used to produce an officially approved medical implant in China.
When it comes to surgical models, the idea is to pick the right 3D printer for the job.
There may soon be a way to 3D print bones directly into patients.
The Wake Forest Institute has bioprinted regenerative knee cartilage tissue to replace damaged knee cartilage.
This month’s community support selection is the 3DP4ME Project in Jordan.
Charles R. Goulding and Preeti Sulibhavi consider rising interest in medical school – and how 3D printing might come into play educating our next generation of doctors.
The next time you or someone you love needs care, you may well find your doctor firing up a 3D printer to provide it.
Charles R. Goulding, Adam Friedman and Preeti Sulibhavi take a look at how 3D printing plays into near-term surgical delays.
New research has developed a method of including microscopic capsules of liquid within 3D prints.
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.
3D printed medical models are becoming ever more realistic, as Stratasys shows with its new biomechanically realistic bone capability.
Many businesses in the manufacturing, architecture, building, construction, media and entertainment industries rely on Autodesk’s array of software and services to help deliver innovative solutions.
Charles R. Goulding and Preeti Sulibhavi consider future impacts of MedAccred certification as all eyes turn to medical manufacturing.
Charles R. Goulding and Ryan Donley examine the ramifications of Stryker’s acquisition of Wright Medical.
We’re going to take a look at a few key areas in which 3D printing, as an accessible form of manufacturing, is useful to weather the pandemic.
Charles Goulding Jr. takes a look at bioprinting developments targeting the complex ear.
COVID-19 took the healthcare system by storm (and surprise). We had little time to prepare and lots of lives at stake. 3D printing is trying to balance the playing field by responding to worldwide calls to action.
Charles Goulding Jr. considers the use of 3D printing in a different sort of pharmaceutical development.
Charles R. Goulding and Preeti Sulibhavi examine how 3D printing could make an even bigger splash during the second wave of COVID-19.
It’s a tough year for business, but Materialise has been focusing its efforts on the medical segment — and seeing that investment pay off as Q3 2020 results highlight.
Kate Serralde is building a 3D printing medical program for one of the largest universities in the state of Texas, Texas Tech University Health Sciences Center (TTHHSC).
Formlabs has unexpectedly announced a new 3D printer, the Form 3BL.
This week’s selection is the Heart Aortic Valve by researchers at the University of Minnesota.
Charles R. Goulding considers increasing lifespans increasing medical 3D printing demand.
Charles R. Goulding and Adam Friedman consider 3D printing software advances focused in Seattle.
Charles R. Goulding and Mellissa McIntyre consider potential 3D printing implications of Siemens Healthineers’ acquisition of Varian Medical Technologies.
Researchers have been using bioprinting technology to assist in the development of COVID-19 treatments.
Charles R. Goulding and Ryan Donley explore a recent acquisition’s potential impact on medical 3D printing.
Researchers have developed a way to fabricate microscopic endoscopes using 3D printing technology.
From being a technical manager, a research assistant, a technical sales, and now an entrepreneur, Jacqui O Connor knows how to wear several hats.
Charles R. Goulding and Adam Friedman explore the idea of training with 3D printing while elective procedures are on hold.
Researchers at the University of Manchester have developed 3D-printed ‘bone bricks’ as a cost-effective method of repairing shattered limbs that are a result of blast explosions.
Another application for 3D printing in pandemic response has emerged with single-use stethoscopes.
The pandemic is far from over, but its effect on 3D printing business is becoming clear; we list 4 new business models for 3D printing.
Charles Goulding and Andressa Bonafe explore the rising usage of 3D printing in increasingly automated surgical tasks.
Formlabs today announced a series of powerful industrial materials in a new set of product families.
The company that makes synthetic cadavers didn’t plan to expand into building 3D printers, but it’s a strong business move for the long haul, says the CEO.
Karen De Leener is a Cardiovascular Market Specialist at Materialise and is based in Belgium.
Medical point-of-care 3D printing gets a boost through a multi-million-euro investment.
I’m looking at an interesting news report detailing the first products from a new 3D printer manufacturer located in Loveland, Colorado.
Decentralizing production is in focus for Kumovis’ mission in medical 3D printing.
Charles R. Goulding and Preeti Sulibhavi examine drug compounding with 3D printing technology.
From providing new methods for conducting healthcare appointments to improving diagnostics, 3D technologies promise improved quality of life for patients with a vast array of health needs.
A conversation in industrial 3D printing proved revealing as to the place of this advanced manufacturing technology in crisis and beyond.
ANSI has released several official standards related to the production of emergency medical equipment to address the COVID-19 process, which may apply to 3D printed components.
Shapeways has two unique advantages that allow them to provide PPE to healthcare professionals, and they are not what you think they are.
A group in Huntsville, Alabama has developed a sophisticated system for collecting, cleaning and distributing emergency medical equipment 3D printed by individual supporters.
With so many 3D printing efforts arising to fight the pandemic, it takes a lot for a new solution to stand out. This is that story.
Dr. Mayra Vasques is founder of iNNOV3D, an EdTech company focused on supporting and training teachers and universities in Healthcare for the innovative and efficient use of 3D Technologies.
Charles Goulding of R&D Tax Savers memorializes the passing of a leading medical professional.
Many makers are anxious to do something with their 3D printing equipment to help solve the crisis, but there are some things to consider first.
A number of initiatives have emerged that may need your help in providing critical medical equipment required by hospitals to deal with the crisis.
A quick-acting FabLab in Northern Italy may have saved many lives through rapid production of replacement parts. They are not the only ones who should do so.
FELIXprinters has released a new bioprinter, the FELIX BIOprinter, which is quite a change for the long-time 3D printer manufacturer.
Healthcare 3D printing attempts to solve two problems that plague providing care: customization and cost.
EOS and Merck Group’s partnership to develop 3D printed medicinal tablets may actually be a lot more interesting than initially thought.
Coronavirus is on the rise, and so are efforts to deploy 3D printing to combat infection.
EOS is going into business with Merck Group to develop a way to 3D print medicine in tablet form, but they will have some challenges.
Copper3D has helped design an antibacterial 3D printed filter that could help battle HIV infections.
Researchers have used a micro-3D printing technology to produce an effective long-term drug delivery needle system.
The Glia Project is leveraging 3D printing to bring desperately-needed medical equipment to poor areas of the globe through an online service.
What is the best way to set up additive manufacturing jobs to ensure production finishing can take place?
Charles Goulding and Preeti Sulibhavi review the possibilities of data privacy concerns slowing the advancement of 3D printing in the healthcare market.
Charles Goulding and Greer Veon of R&D Tax Savers look at the use of 3D printing to promote the use of drones for retail delivery.
Protolabs has awarded two healthcare organizations with manufacturing support services to assist in the development of new and highly valuable healthcare devices.
Charles Goulding and Greer Veon review the use of 3D printing for applications involving the growing senior demographic segment.
A recent case study out of India highlights the low-cost benefits of 3D printing to create personalized medical implants.