Tel Aviv University: Researchers 3D Print Cardiac Patches & Cellularized Hearts

Researchers at Tel Aviv University continue to try to meet the ongoing challenges in cardiac tissue engineering. In ‘3D Printing of Personalized Thick and Perfusable Cardiac Patches and Hearts,’ authors…

3D Printing News Briefs: October 16, 2018

We’re starting with some business news in today’s 3D Printing News Briefs, including stories about a new 3D printer, an anniversary, and a 3D printing investment. Cincinnati Incorporated has launched…

3D Scanning with Water: Researchers Introduce New “Dip Transform” Method

There are multiple types of 3D scanners, employing a number of different scanning technologies, but each of those technologies has limitations. Shiny surfaces and black surfaces are notoriously difficult to…

Nano Dimension Releases Their First Quarter Financial Report, Shows Continuing Momentum

We’re just about a month away from the halfway mark of 2016, and it’s been quite the year so far for the Israeli 3D printing company Nano Dimension. After revealing the DragonFly…

The Bioprinted Cyber Patch: Saving Cardiac Patients & Offering Modern Take on Both Treatment & House Calls

As 3D printing continues to pave a new future for the medical industry—and those receiving care—personalized medicine is highlighted as one of the major benefits. Due to the customizations allowed…

Nano Dimension and Tel Aviv University Developing a 3D Printable Nickel Nano Ink

We’ve been hearing a lot about Nano Dimension lately. Just yesterday the Israeli company announced that they will soon begin trading on NASDAQ, greatly expanding their presence in the United…

A Plague of Swarming and Jumping 3D Printed Locust Robots? Yes, Really!

Sometimes in order to express possibilities for the future we can reach back into the past, in this case the Biblical past, for images to capture the stage that today’s technology is…


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