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Render of a lower jaw implant.

Quentin Schneider, 3D modeling lab, CHU de Quebec.

A Canadian research organisation has recently installed an Arcam EBM Q10plus machine as it looks to explore the additive manufacture (AM) of patient-specific jaw implants. more

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Metal additive manufacturing has been leveraged by Endocon to address the removal of a hip cup, a notoriously complex procedure, and do so in just three minutes. more

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Two Renishaw RenAM 500M metal additive manufacturing systems have been installed at the University of Birmingham. more

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University of Nebraska Lincoln uses LENS Hybrid Controlled Atmosphere System to develop next generation dissolvable metal implants. more

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Stratasys Patient specific 3D printed surgical guide

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The University Hospital Basel has reduced operating times and the risk of complications for complex cranio-maxillofacial surgeries by 3D printing surgical guides. more

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Carbon MPU 100

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Carbon has launched its first medical-grade material for use on its Digital Light Synthesis (DLS) 3D printing platforms. more

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Aries Osseus

Osseus Fusion Systems

TCT speaks to Osseus Fusion Systems' AM engineer, Asher Breverman about the company's Aries lumbar interbody fusion devices, the benefits of 3D printing, and what the future holds. more

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Newcastle University.

Che Connor, Professor of Tissue Engineering, Newcastle University answers our questions about why bioprinting corneas is required and how the process works. more

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Print My Part visual development aid

Print My Part.

3D printing has been used to develop a range of lightweight visual development stimuli for premature babies. more

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Field Ready

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Assistant Editor, Sam Davies speaks to Field Ready, a team of humanitarian aid support workers practicing the principles of the fourth industrial revolution in remote areas ravaged by war and natural disasters. more

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3D Systems has announced the availability of its new On Demand Anatomical Modeling Service for medical professionals. more

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Eurocoating SpA has announced the acquisition of Nanosurfaces Industries Srl, the Italian manufacturing division of CoorsTek Medical. more

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Newcastle University.

Newcastle University has produced what it believes to be the first ever human corneas with 3D bioprinting technology. more

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At Guy's and St Thomas' NHS Foundation Trust, 3D printing was used to save two-year-old Dexters life during a complicated and risky kidney transplant. more

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XJet's Avi Cohen speaks to TCT about the company's latest customers, AB Universal and Syqe Medical at RAPID + TCT 2018. more

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How North Manchester General Hospital brought 3D technologies in-house to make impossible surgeries a reality. more

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Roboze, an Italian manufacturer of 3D printing systems, has established a new headquarters in Modugno, Bari as it looks to accelerate its growth and research and development. more

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Materialise has become the first company to receive FDA clearance for software intended for 3D printing anatomical models for diagnostic use. more

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Curved Posterior Lumbar Cage Stryker

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Stryker, a leading medtech company, has seen its 3D printed Tritanium TL Curved Posterior Lumbar Cage receive 510(k) clearance from the U.S. Food and Drug Administration (FDA). more

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Materialise shoulder model

Materialise

Materialise has launched a shoulder surgery planning solution which will enable professionals to produce patient-specific guides with 3D printing technology. more

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