3DHEALS2017: Anatomic Models from AnatomicsRx

We have finished the survey, with a happy winner of a brand new Formlabs Form 2 printer. Photos will follow soon. We will also share the survey results on a follow-up email. For those of you who cannot wait, the preliminary results are HERE.

Still a small team, we now have recruited community managers from Munich, Dubai, Boston, London, and Dublin. Our first global event will be in Amsterdam. If you are close by, come and grab a beer. It’s on US!

Collaborative Innovation in Healthcare 3D Printing — What Works?

3DHEALS Night In Amsterdam

This is the first 3DHEALS short program in the Netherlands. Four innovators from different fields will share their innovation and entrepreneurial experiences at Makerversity Amsterdam. Join us.

 

 

3DHEALS Night In Amsterdam

This is the first 3DHEALS short program in the Netherlands. Four innovators from different fields will share their innovation and entrepreneurial experiences at Makerversity Amsterdam. Join us.

Cool Startup? Contribute a blog to our publication.

See you 3DHEALS2018 & 3DHEALS2017 Photos and VideosNow Online!

Mark your calendar, because we found an amazing place (Bespoke Event) for 3DHEALS2018, which will take place on April 20–21, 2018. That’s right, two days, Friday and Saturday. READ MORE

 

Why this is important: Kicking off the 2018 3D printing conference season, and also immediately before several major tech events in SF including RSA. Perfect timing.

Field Expert? Contribute a blog to our publication.

From Design to Product: Some Take-Home Points after Recent Stanford NeoDesign Focus Group Conference

In a time of customization to match our personal needs, why do we continue to use the healthcare technologies designed for adults on newborns? The NeoDesign focus group, organized by the Division of Neonatology at the Stanford Children’s Hospital, meets monthly and aims to change this…. READ MORE

Why this is important:

Idea to Implementation discussion in healthcare with a focus on neonatal care by Stanford BioDesign group. Also, check out our cool Medium publication. Took us quite awhile to put together. =)