Researchers Use 3D Printing, Scanning, and Modeling to Make Customized Protective Gear for Field Hockey

While playing sports is great fun and can be a great workout as well, it can also be dangerous. That’s why there’s been a lot of research centered around keeping athletes…

Successful Surgery Leads to First 3D Printed Shoulder Replacement in Croatia

A 60-year-old man in Croatia had been suffering from an infection in his shoulder, resulting in him losing a great deal of bone mass and most of the function in…

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Croatia’s Darko Strojevi Plans Release of DRAGON Line of Large-Scale, Multi-Functional 3D Printers

It was less than three years ago that Croatia-based Darko Strojevi released their first 3D printer, a high-speed, high-precision machine followed shortly by a prototype, created in collaboration with another Croatian company,…

Croatian Cancer Patient Gets New 3D Printed Ear Thanks to the University of Rijeka

Researchers from institutions across the world are working furiously to be the first to 3D print a functional human organ, capable of being transplanted into a patient. We’re not there…

This Week’s 3D Hubs International Events : Toronto, Århus, and Zagreb

There are three 3D Hubs events this week happening outside the US — reminding us that the international community embraces 3D printing as much as we do Stateside. You can attend these…

Croatian Cancer Patient Receives First All Acrylic 3D Printed Vertebra with Great Success

In following the vast world of 3D printing, we cover a wide range of innovations in the medical industry, and it seems each is more exciting than the last. Today’s…

Thingiverse Catch The Wind Challenge Inspires 3D Printed DaVinci Flying Machine

There’s a first time for everything and for Croatian Thingiverse contributor Matija Sedak, that first time was the contribution of a DaVinci-inspired 3D printed flying machine. There’s nothing like standing…


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