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Materialise Malaysia 3D Printed Surgical Instruments

Materialise Malaysia 3D Printed Surgical Instruments

Dutch scientists successfully 3D print the first clavicle to be used in surgery

Dutch scientists successfully 3D print the first clavicle to be used in surgery

3D Printed Orthopedic Casts - no more smelly plaster casts!

3D Printed Orthopedic Casts - no more smelly plaster casts!

3ders.org - 3D printing brings revolution in knee surgeries | 3D Printer News & 3D Printing News

3ders.org - 3D printing brings revolution in knee surgeries | 3D Printer News & 3D Printing News

An 83-year old woman is the first in the world to receive a full #3Dprinted titanium lower jaw implant. Amazingly, the combined effort by researchers and engineers from Belgium and the Netherlands is said to have allowed the patient unrestricted mandibular movement within a day of surgery.

An 83-year old woman is the first in the world to receive a full #3Dprinted titanium lower jaw implant. Amazingly, the combined effort by researchers and engineers from Belgium and the Netherlands is said to have allowed the patient unrestricted mandibular movement within a day of surgery.

Is this the plaster cast of the future? This 3-D printed design uses ultrasound to speed up healing

Is this the plaster cast of the future? This 3-D printed design uses ultrasound to speed up healing

Russian startup 3D prints custom splints

Russian startup 3D prints custom splints

3D printing is the process of making a three-dimensional solid object of essentially any shape from a digital model. It has been used to make jewellery to intricate toy models, and is now being utilized by the medical industry to construct 3D casts for broken arms. This means better air-flow and less hassle of trying to bathe with the conventional bulky fibreglass plaster casts used to treat broken bones.

3D printing is the process of making a three-dimensional solid object of essentially any shape from a digital model. It has been used to make jewellery to intricate toy models, and is now being utilized by the medical industry to construct 3D casts for broken arms. This means better air-flow and less hassle of trying to bathe with the conventional bulky fibreglass plaster casts used to treat broken bones.

Say goodbye to those awful old plaster casts, and hello to 3d-printed ones.

Say goodbye to those awful old plaster casts, and hello to 3d-printed ones.

lightweight frame structure 3d print tube - Google Search

lightweight frame structure 3d print tube - Google Search