In the real world, 3D-printed prosthetics are making people whole again, but in the fantastical realm of the HBO Max series, 3D printing is used to deconstruct characters to gruesome effect.
PolySpectra has developed an augmented reality tool that enables engineers to get an instant “massless” prototype of their design in their physical workspace.
Precise Bio's 4D bio-fabrication technology reportedly will offer a complete solution for procedures involving corneal transplants and alleviate the current shortage of donated corneas.
Researchers used high-resolution extrusion printing with MXene and conductive polymer to fabricate a dual-purpose wearable sensor.
A $1 million GoFundMe initiative aims to provide prosthetic limbs to 100 amputee victims of the Russian invasion of Ukraine.
The Fuse 1+ 30W printer from Formlabs enables same-day printing of industrial-grade materials.
Developed at Spain’s Andaltec Technological Centre for Plastics, the polymers have the potential to advance tissue regeneration and the manufacture of patient-specific implants.
This video explores the possibilities of using plastics such as PEEK instead of metal.