Medical 3D Printing

Integrating Innovation with Compassion: Enhancing Patient Care at Kenney Orthopedics

As the clinical operations and research manager at Kenney Orthopedics, Jenn Rosati is responsible for advising offices on best practices for how they operate and take care of patients. A…

Bioprinted Urethras to Advance Bespoke Medical Solutions

Swedish researchers have created tissue-engineered urethras using 3D bioprinting. Developed at Chalmers University of Technology, the urethral structures are printed with a bioink that integrates human cells with a supportive…

BellaSeno’s Pioneering 3D Printing Facility for Medical Implants to Open in 2025

German 3D printing medical implant pioneer BellaSeno plans to launch a fully automated production facility in Australia by mid-2025 to make its resorbable soft tissue and bone reconstruction implants. By…

Advancing Human Mobility: Insights from Jeff Denune’s Journey in Prosthetics and Orthotics

Jeff Denune of the NuTech Institute is an industry veteran with more than 30 years of experience designing innovative devices for patients. A forerunner in the use of Computer-Aided Design…

FABRX Sets Up Drug 3D Printing Subsidiary in the US

British pharmaceutical printing startup FABRX is now setting up a United States based company, FABRX US. To explain the move, the company noted: ¨Having already seen a strong demand for…

Open Source 3D Printed Bioreactor Could Transform Personalized Implants

Researchers at Florida International University (FIU) have created an open-source bioreactor called EnduroBone using fused deposition modeling (FDM). Led by biomedical engineer Anamika Prasad, the team developed this device to…

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Yale’s First In-House “3D” Surgical Case: A Leap in Medicine

Surgeons at Yale School of Medicine pioneered the first fully in-house 3D surgical procedure to fix a misaligned bone near the wrist. Dr. Lisa Lattanza, Chair and Ensign Professor of…

Himed and Lithoz Launch Center for Bioceramics 3D Printing

Himed, a US manufacturer of bioceramic materials, and ceramics 3D printing leader Lithoz have announced a joint venture meant to combine their respective areas of expertise—the Bioceramics Center of Excellence…

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3D Printed Medical Device Market Set to Skyrocket to $16.5 Billion by 2034

Soaring to $16.5 billion by 2034, the 3D printed medical device market is on a remarkable growth trajectory. According to a recent report by Additive Manufacturing Research titled “Market Trends…

Wimba and Intrauma Partner to Improve Veterinary Orthotics with HP 3D Printing

There are numerous examples of people using 3D printing to create custom prosthetics for animals, whether as a personal project, research project, or business and non-profit organizations. Polish startup Wimba,…

3D Printing News Briefs, May 25, 2024: 3D Printed Medical Models, Sensors, Engines, & More

We’re starting with research in today’s 3D Printing News Briefs, first about filament diameter-adjustable 3D printing and then about 3D printed sensors. Then, we’re moving on to personalized 3D printed…

Slice Engineering and Egyptian NGO Give Amputees Free 3D Printed Prosthetics

Florida-based Slice Engineering believes that additive manufacturing can reshape industries and make a lasting impact on humanity, and so works hard to empower innovators and professionals. The company does this…

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Rescuing the Additive Industry: The Straight Edge 3D Printing Manifesto

Things have not been going well in the 3D printing industry for a long time. Much has been written on this topic and the reasons for this situation have been…

New Funding Drives Craft Health’s 3D Printed Medicine and Supplements

Singapore-based Craft Health has secured a new round of funding. Previously, the company, which specializes in paste extrusion for medicine and nutrition using a 3D printer powered by a Viscotec…

BMF’s New Subsidiary 3D Prints BioChips for Organ-on-a-Chip Research

Building on its proven track record in groundbreaking projects like glaucoma stents and microneedles, Boston Micro Fabrication (BMF) launched a new subsidiary, BMF Biotechnology Inc. Headquartered in San Diego, California,…

3D Printing News Briefs, May 11, 2024: 3D Printed Stent, Tower, Sculptures, & More

We’re starting off with medical research in today’s 3D Printing News Briefs, as researchers in Korea used CT images and 3D printing to fabricate an educational simulator for a mastoidectomy….

BMF Releases Dual-Resolution System for Micro and Macro 3D Printing

Boston Micro Fabrication (BMF) has introduced the microArch D1025 Dual-Resolution 3D printer. This printer offers users the option to choose between 10µm or 25µm resolutions or to switch between these…

Tethon 3D Releases Cost-effective Bioprinter

Tethon 3D, known for its ceramic-loaded DLP materials, custom resins, and DLP 3D printers, has recently released a bioprinter. Vat polymerization printers like DLP systems have been widely used by…

German Companies Team up to Create Traceable 3D Printing Filament

Two German corporations, plastics manufacturer GRAFE GmbH and Tailorlux, a company specializing in making “optical fingerprints” for a variety of product classes, are collaborating on a new line of additive…

ArcomedLab Surpasses 700 3D Printed Skull Implants in Latin America

Chilean startup ArcomedLab has successfully implanted over 700 3D printed craniomaxillofacial devices across Latin America. Spanning countries like Chile, Peru, Colombia, and Mexico, this milestone establishes ArcomedLab as the leader…

3D Scanning in Rwanda to Enable Custom 3D Printed Prosthetics for Children

Artec 3D, one of the world’s leading original equipment manufacturers (OEMs) of 3D scanning hardware, has partnered with nongovernmental organization (NGO) Humanity & Inclusion (HI) on a project centered around…

Gorilla Sports GE’s First 3D Printed Titanium Cast

How do you help a gorilla with a broken arm? Sounds like the start of a bad joke a zookeeper might tell, but it’s an actual dilemma recently faced by…

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Precision at the Microscale: UK Researchers Advance Medical Devices with BMF’s 3D Printing Tech

University of Nottingham researchers are using Boston Micro Fabrication‘s (BMF) 3D printing technology to develop medical devices that improve compatibility with human tissue. Funded by a UK grant, this project…

WASP Highlights Advances in Healthcare 3D Printing at Italy’s Exposanità 2024

WASP takes center stage at Italy’s leading healthcare expo, Exposanità 2024, demonstrating the transformative impact of its advanced 3D printing technologies on the medical sector. Known for its line of…