The Lattice 75: Healthcare 3D Printing Newsletter

Dec 25, 2020

The Lattice is 3DHEALS weekly recap of the latest news, publications, events in the world of healthcare 3D printing, and 3D Bioprinting.  Have a cool 3D printed Lattice photo to share with us? Tag us @3dheals on Instagram or Twitter

About the Lattice this week: Shoes, the original wearable customizable personal devices for humanity. First, they protect us from the hostile ground, but now, they also act as our extension, statement, performance enhancement. This weeks’ lattice comes from @carbon @addidas, “The 4D midsole and the robotic woven upper on these new Futurecrafts are perfect examples of how they are revolutionizing footwear!”

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Generating a Continuous Gradient Through Extrusion-Based 3D Bioprinting December 10th, 2020 @ASILifeScience

Charity in Turkey lends a hand to amputee children with 3D printers December 14th, 2020 #RobotelAssociation

mimiX Biotherapeutics Unveils First Acoustic Bioprinter: Creating Life With Sound, the Next Generation of Biofabrication December 15th, 2020 #mimiXBiotherapeutics #AcousticBioprinting

Osteopore Partners With Magloy Tech To Market New Orthomag Dissolvable Implant December 15th, 2020 #MagloyTech @osteopore @NUSingapore

Triastek Raises $15m To Accelerate Development Of 3D Printed Drugs December 15th, 2020 #Triastek 

3D printers may be toxic for humans December 15th, 2020 #MedicalXpress

4D Biomaterials Awarded Funding for 3D Tissue Scaffolds December 16th, 2020 #4DBiomaterials

Researchers develop new combined process for 3-D printing [Read more at Advanced Materials Technologies] December 16th, 2020 @UniHalle

Why The Most Advanced 3D Printed Nasal Swabs Aren’t Just 3D Printed : Among the supply chain responses that have proven most effective this year, 3D printing has been responding to the need for speedier manufacturing. This has included production of a significant amount of personal protective equipment (PPE) and testing goods like nasopharyngeal (NP) swabs. December 14th, 2020 

XR Initiative at 1, Milestones met as pandemic brings new challenges, opportunities: When leaders at the Center for Academic Innovation announced an XR initiative a little more than a year ago, they knew there was a hunger from a growing segment of campus to advance teaching through the development of augmented and virtual reality technologies. Among the XR solutions are three projects using Microsoft’s HoloLens2 technology for medical rounds, nursing training and construction architecture. December 18th, 2020 @UMichiganAI #ExtendedReality

3dheals events

Mass Personalized Face Masks at Scale I Jesse Chang and Pierre Viaud-Murat, MyMask Movement December 9th, [email protected]

Henry Pinchbeck – 3D LifePrints: Rapid development of phantoms for medical research and training December 18th, 2020 @3DLifePrints

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