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Medical 3D Printing Applications, News and Product Accomplishments Document List

Summary: Our library below features 37 published articles, research papers, and documents from the Disabled World Medical 3D Printing category. Although some of these documents may have since been updated, re-written, replaced, or revised, they are sorted by their original publish date. The most recent publications are listed at the top of the table with older articles being listed in descending order by the date they were created. You can also receive our latest communications as soon as they are released by subscribing to our Medical 3D Printing RSS feed.

Medical 3D Printing Publications

Human Heart Cells Printed with 3D Bioprinter on International Space Station
A 3D bioprinter privately owned by an American company has successfully printed with a large volume of human heart cells aboard the International Space Station (ISS) U.S. National Laboratory.
Publish Date: 2020/01/07

3D Printed Copy of Your Own Brain and Skull
3D printing technique enables faster, better, and cheaper models of patient specific medical data for research and diagnosis.
Publish Date: 2018/05/30 - Updated: 2020/01/07

3D Form Changing Intelligent Printing - Smart Ink Adds 4th Dimension
Form changing intelligent 4D printing provides low-cost alternative to printing precision parts for use ranging from biomedicine to energy industry.
Publish Date: 2018/04/04

Students Create 3D Printed Robot Prosthetic Limb for Amputees
University of Manchester students have designed and built a 3D printed, low-cost robotic prosthetic hand that could provide a much cheaper alternative for amputees.
Publish Date: 2018/03/26 - Updated: 2018/03/27

Ultra-thin Optical Fibers Provide Way to Print 3D Microstructures
A thin optical fiber can be used to create microscopic structures with laser-based 3D printing that could be used with an endoscope to fabricate tiny biocompatible structures directly into tissue inside the body.
Publish Date: 2018/01/17 - Updated: 2019/03/19

3D Printing Super Soft Structures That Replicate Brain and Lungs
New 3D printing technique allows researchers to replicate biological structures, which could be used for tissue regeneration and replica organs.
Publish Date: 2018/01/11 - Updated: 2018/06/11

3D Printed Shoes Make Life Easier for Kids with Disabilities
Entrepreneur Melissa Fuller from the UNSW Michael Crouch Innovation Centre is 3D-printing low-cost mobility braces for children with disabilities.
Publish Date: 2017/11/29 - Updated: 2020/05/30

Surgeons Practice Brain Surgery on 3D Printed Brain Models
3D printed brain allows surgeons to practice and get a feel for the anatomy for a fraction of the cost of a computer simulation.
Publish Date: 2017/09/21

3D Printing Stem Cells - New Bio-ink Created
New stem cell-containing bio ink allows 3D printing of living tissue could eventually allow the production of complex tissues for surgical implants.
Publish Date: 2016/06/23

3D Bioprinting With Human Cells
Producing cartilage tissue by 3D bioprinting ink containing human cells, development could lead to precisely printed implants to heal damaged noses, ears and knees.
Publish Date: 2016/03/16 - Updated: 2020/11/03

3D Printed Braille Maps for Blind and Visually Impaired
Using a 3D printer to create braille maps to help blind and visually impaired people navigate.
Publish Date: 2016/02/26 - Updated: 2018/05/01

3D Printing Replacement Tissue Proven Feasible
Precision 3D printing makes a promising method for replicating complex body tissues and organs.
Publish Date: 2016/02/17 - Updated: 2020/02/27

3D Printed Liver Tissue for Drug Screening
Engineers have 3D-printed a tissue that closely mimics the human livers sophisticated structure and function.
Publish Date: 2016/02/09

Scaffold-Free 3D Bioprinting Method Now Available In U.S. & Canada
Advanced Kenzan Method tissue-engineering services now available in North America using new three-dimensional (3D) bioprinting.
Publish Date: 2016/02/08

3D Printing Healthcare Market Expected to Reach $2.3B Globally by 2020
New report projects world 3D printing healthcare market is forecast to grow at a CAGR of 26.2% from 2015 to 2020.
Publish Date: 2016/02/01 - Updated: 2018/03/15

CES 2016: The Gift of 3D Printed Prosthetic Limbs
ROBO 3D demonstrating latest 3D printers at CES 2016 with 3D Prosthetic Print Kits as part of its partnership with e-NABLE.
Publish Date: 2016/01/05 - Updated: 2018/10/07

Printing 3D Tactile Print Images for Blind
3D printing process converts conventional paintings, drawings, collages or photographs into a 3D Tactile Fine Art Print.
Publish Date: 2015/10/27 - Updated: 2021/06/14

Open Source Science Equipment
Open source lab equipment is the focus of a new study, published in Science and Public Policy.
Publish Date: 2015/09/14 - Updated: 2019/03/18

3D Printing Production and Customized Adaptive Sports Equipment
Study of potential impact of 3D printing to create greater access to sports equipment and increase sports participation for people with disabilities.
Publish Date: 2015/06/16 - Updated: 2021/08/17

3D Printing Cartilage for Tracheal Repair
3D printing custom tracheal scaffolding, which was combined with living cells to create a tracheal segment.
Publish Date: 2015/02/02 - Updated: 2017/09/21

Pop-up Fabrication Vs 3-D Printing
New fabrication technique creates complex 3-D micro and nano-structures with many advantages over 3-D printing.
Publish Date: 2015/01/16

Knee Meniscus Regenerated with 3D Printed Implant
Researchers have devised a way to replace the knees protective lining, called the meniscus, using a personalized 3D-printed implant, or scaffold.
Publish Date: 2014/12/11 - Updated: 2020/11/09

3D Printed Heart Could Reduce Child Heart Surgeries
New 3D printed heart technology could reduce number of heart surgeries in children with congenital heart disease.
Publish Date: 2014/12/06 - Updated: 2021/10/03

3D Printing - The Future of Personalized Healthcare
Materialise NV announces Materialise Hospital Solution, incorporating the Mimics Innovation Suite software, 3D Printing services, training and consultation.
Publish Date: 2014/12/02 - Updated: 2016/02/01

3D Printing to Guide Face Transplants
Researchers are using computed tomography (CT) and 3-D printing technology to recreate life-size models of heads to assist in face transplantation surgery.
Publish Date: 2014/12/01

Intel Funds 13yr Old to Develop Low-cost Braille Printer Idea
13-year-old boy receives huge investment from Intel for developing a low-cost printer for people who are blind.
Publish Date: 2014/11/10

3D Printed Face Prosthesis for Eye Cancer Patients
Made to cover hollow eye sockets 3D printed flexible custom masks provide affordable fast production alternative to traditional prosthetics.
Publish Date: 2014/10/20 - Updated: 2020/01/06

3D Printers Create Custom Medical Implants
Using affordable 3D printers and materials to fabricate custom medical implants that can contain antibacterial and chemotherapeutic compounds for targeted drug delivery.
Publish Date: 2014/08/21 - Updated: 2021/11/14

e-NABLE - 3D Printed Hands for Those in Need
The e-NABLE community is creating hands for people in need and sharing their designs with others around the world for free.
Publish Date: 2014/08/06 - Updated: 2018/05/01

3D Printing Objects and Books in Braille for People with Vision Disabilities
Convergence technology of 3D printing and 3D thermal reflow treatment to print braille books, braille picture books and materials with greater flexibility in color, height and size.
Publish Date: 2014/07/06 - Updated: 2016/09/23

Bio-printing Transplantable Tissues and Organs
New study reveals giant leap towards bio-printing transplantable tissues and organs for people with major diseases and trauma injuries.
Publish Date: 2014/07/02

3D Printing for Researchers & Students to Promote Health & Science Applications
NIH 3D Print Exchange is a public website enabling users to share, download and edit 3D print files related to health and science.
Publish Date: 2014/06/19 - Updated: 2016/11/05

Breakthrough Allows 3D Printing of Live Cancer Tumors
This is the first time that one can build a 3D in vitro tumor model through 3D Printing technology.
Publish Date: 2014/04/28

3D Medical Printing a Major Ethical Debate
According to Gartner Inc. the technology of 3D bioprinting living tissue and organs will spark a major ethical debate on its use.
Publish Date: 2014/04/27 - Updated: 2021/08/09

3D Printing Living Tissues with Blood Vessels
Bio-printing method creates intricately patterned 3D tissue constructs with multiple cell types and blood vessels creating human tissue realistic enough to test drug safety and effectiveness.
Publish Date: 2014/02/27 - Updated: 2014/04/27

The New Breed of Affordable Artificial Limbs
Artistic artificial limbs that allow amputees to get their mobility and shape back but also turn their bodies into a sculpture.
Publish Date: 2012/10/12 - Updated: 2014/04/27

Printing Your Own Teeth with 3D Printer
Rapid prototyping can be used to fabricate dental objects such as implants and crowns quickly and easily.
Publish Date: 2011/07/16 - Updated: 2022/02/10

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