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.

Framatome 3D prints metallic uranium fuel objects, a milestone in cancer diagnosis processes

Framatome has 3D printed uranium-molybdenum and uranium-silicon objects. The designer and supplier of nuclear equipment is likely to be the first to...

Upgraded Digital Anatomy 3D Printer brings ultra-realistic simulation & realism to functional bone models

With the launch of the J750™ Digital Anatomy™ 3D Printer last year, Stratasys provided doctors another way to better prior to the...

The TRIANKLE Project: 12 organizations including FC Barcelona, TU/e and Leitat to develop 3D...

The project aims to fill the critical gap created by the lack of effective treatments currently available for Tendinopathies and osteoarthritis.

The Use of Titanium for Medical 3D printed Implants’ production

Life-threatening accidents, vertebral damage, chronic osteopathic conditions and side-effects from medical treatment can all cause irreparable damage to patients. The consequences can...

LARA 3D: Quebec’s new infrastructure dedicated to 3D Anatomical Reconstruction

Investissement Québec – CRIQ and the CHU de Québec – Université de Laval are proud to present the 3D anatomical reconstruction laboratory...

Materialise to enhance accessibility for Personalized 3D Printed Medical Devices with new CE Marking...

Making additive manufacturing more accessible for surgeons Certification has always been mentioned as one of the hurdles that slow...
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