Ambionics 3D printed prosthetic arm for infants enters clinical trials

Infant developmental research shows that children under the age of two are more likely to naturally accept the use of an external prosthetic limb than those who are older. The problem is, at this age, children grow so quickly that it becomes uneconomical to fit them with a synthetic arm or leg. Some...

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Posted on Oct 22, 2017

Electrolux trials 3D printed spare parts on demand with Spare Parts 3D

Electrolux, a Swedish domestic appliance manufacturer, is performing a series of tests and analyses ahead of producing on demand 3D printed spare parts to its customers. Electrolux is conducting the test within its Asia Pacific range together with 3D printing service bureau Spare Parts 3D. The test ...

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Posted on Oct 19, 2017

3D printed silk PLA material seeks clinical trials in Australia

As a corn-based and biodegradable plastic, PLA, the material used in almost every desktop 3D printer, has been researched for its potential industrial applications. The … 3D Printing Industry admin...

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Posted on Jun 17, 2017

UK’s West Yorkshire Police install 3D printer for scientific support in trials

The West Yorkshire Police (WYP) force has installed a DeltaWASP 40 70 Industrial 3D printer in its Wakefield HQ. The machine was provided by 3D printer … 3D Printing Industry admin...

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Posted on May 12, 2017

3D printed smart bandages developed on UK’s “Internet Coast” to begin trials within next 12 months

Professor Marc Clement, chairman of Swansea University’s Institute of Life Science in Wales, has given insight into how 3D printing, nanotechnology, and biochemistry will be combined … 3D Printing Industry admin...

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Posted on Apr 18, 2017

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