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Additive manufactured nitinol bone staple with shape memory properties.

Next-Generation Metal Powders for Medical Additive Manufacturing

September 21, 2021
Additive manufacturing manufacturers are beginning to refocus on innovation where the additive process begins—metal powder.
By Gaurav Lalwani, PhD Applications Development Engineer – Medical, Carpenter Technology
ForgTin is a patented medical device that helps people with tinnitus to re-experience silence. The multifunctional hook is easy to apply and reduces ear noises.

Finding the Intersection of Metal 3D Printing and Digital Manufacturing

September 20, 2021
Companies that integrate an additive strategy into their supply chains are going to be well positioned for the future.
Rachel Hunt
By Rachel Hunt Product Marketing Manager, 3D Printing Protolabs
Syqe Medical’s Selective-Dose inhaler aims to increase the effectiveness of patient treatment by delivering a range of drugs in breakthrough precision levels.

Syqe Medical Reaps Benefits of Sustained High Temperature Parts

September 17, 2021
Syqe Medical’s Selective-Dose inhaler aims to increase the effectiveness of patient treatment.
Dror Danai
By Dror Danai Chief Brand Officer, XJet Ltd
A 3D-printed eyeball was part of a Stratasys display at RAPID + TCT

RAPID + TCT Emphasizes How Additive Will Expand

September 16, 2021
At this week’s RAPID + TCT show, there was certainty that additive manufacturing will keep expanding. The question is how.
Bill Koenig
By Bill Koenig Senior Editor, SME Media
A multi-physical simulation showing the interaction of mechanical, electrical and fluid properties of the human heart.

Perfect Partners: 3D Printing and Computer Simulation

September 16, 2021
Combining virtual reality and 3D printed replicas of body parts, the patient as well as a surgical team can be prepared.
By Steve Levine Sr. Director of Human Virtual Modeling, Dassault Systèmes
Mayo Clinic speech at RAPID + TCT

Additive to Be Part of Medical Disruption, Mayo Clinic Official Says

September 15, 2021
Additive manufacturing will be part of the disruption of health care, an official of the Mayo Clinic said today at RAPID + TCT.
Bill Koenig
By Bill Koenig Senior Editor, SME Media
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