NUS Researchers Created 3D Printed Training Models to Practice Wisdom Teeth Removal

During my senior year in high school, I completed that most loathsome of dental rituals – not braces, but having my wisdom teeth removed. My parents scheduled my oral surgery…

3D Printing News Briefs: August 16, 2019

In today’s 3D Printing News Briefs, we’re starting with some business and ending with an upcoming event. The Rapid Application Group has earned an important industry certification, and GE Additive…

AM.NUS’ New Construction 3D Printing Programme Starts Out in the Toilet

3D printing has enabled the construction industry to lower costs and ramp up production speeds, along with using better building materials and designs to make improved, eco-friendly structures. The Centre for Additive…

Realistic 3D Printed Small Intestine Model and Bioreactor Helps Understand the Gut

We’ve seen 3D printed stomach models, as well as tongues and livers, and even a 3D printed pancreas, but as far as I can tell, the technology has not been…

National University of Singapore Opens New Additive Manufacturing Center

Additive manufacturing centers are popping up all over Singapore these days. Just a couple of months ago, the country saw the opening of its first metal additive manufacturing center, and…

National University of Singapore Develops New Method of 3D Bioprinting Using Gold Nanorods

A group of researchers at the National University of Singapore has developed a novel method of bioprinting that overcomes some of the limitations of already-existing methods, as well as avoiding damage…

Imagine Taking Just One Pill a Day for All That Ails You with 3D Printed Meds

Amidst the long list of pluses, there are a few things that are controversial in 3D printing with some of the light and dark and pros and cons frustratingly intertwined,…


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