Adoption of 3D Printing Medical & Healthcare

Medical & Healthcare

Experts of this field establish a huge difference between medical and healthcare. Medical Care is a SERVICE practice whereas “Healthcare” refers to a whole industry or system of which medical care is only a subset. In this segment, both terms are often used interchangeably to discuss the impact of additive manufacturing technologies within these fields.

CELLINK: One step closer to reduce the use of animals in research with 3D...

Known for its participation in European projects such as the TRIANKLE, Cellink is a Sweden-based company that develops and commercializes bioprinting technologies....

8-year-old girl wears 3D-printed mask to heal facial burns

For the first time, in our mask-centric society, a mask does not only help to protect but also to heal

Copper3D debuts in resin-based 3D printing applications with its antimicrobial material Glaciarys AR3®

Copper3D, an expert in antimicrobial materials for 3D printing, has added Glaciarys AR3® to its portfolio. The launch of...

Metoxit joined Lithoz and Dr. Jens Tartsch for the production of 3D printed ceramic...

Last year, Lithoz announced a collaboration with Dr. Jens Tartsch, the founder and president of the European Society for Ceramic Implantology (ESCI),...

One step closer to launch: Neutrogena® 3D Printed Sheet Mask enters an open public...

A group that will serve as much an incubator as a community will shape the future of skin care personalization

New head lice treatment device reveals the versatility of 3D Printing as it combines...

Designed in nTop software, produced with Origin Programmable PhotoPolymerization (P3) technology using Henkel’s Loctite 3DP resins Following the 3D-Printed...
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