The daylong MiniTec 2021 conference, Saving the World Through Medical Plastics and Sustainable Solutions, will be held as a live, in-person event alongside the Design. Engineer. Build. conference in Anaheim, CA, next month.
Roboze's Argo 1000 3D printer is designed to produce large-scale parts with super polymers and composites for medtech manufacturing and more.
The cost of printing a part with Arburg Plastic Freeform technology is only a fraction of that of a typical 3D printed part, shared a Virtual Engineering Days speaker.
A new multimaterial process developed by researchers in the UK can be used to fabricate prosthetics and even medications tailored to patients.
The German startup that developed 3D-printed breast-reconstruction scaffolds made from a resorbable polymer is partnering with Fraunhofer to design next-generation scaffolds for other parts of the body.
"Smart" medical implants are among the potential applications of research into PEEK-based honeycomb structures engineered to carry an electric charge.
The spin-out company from the Technical University of Munich developed the R1 3D printer specifically for medical applications.
The Japanese automaker is ahead of the curve with dynamic implementation of 3D-printed tools, jigs, and fixtures.
The University of Nottingham has developed a process to 3D-print custom medical devices to boost performance and bacterial resistance.