Tagged with " Medizinischer 3D-Druck"

3D Printed Smartphone Attachment Acts as Fluorescent Microscope to Isolate & Analyze DNA

The old adage that you can do whatever you set your mind to has certainly skyrocketed to ambitious new levels lately for the collective whole. When you hear the saying as a child, it’s believable perhaps, but often as we grow older we realize it’s not possible to do whatever you want without the correct tools, and that can often be a tall—and costly—order.
(…weiter auf 3dprint.com)

Human Trials of 3D Printed Bone to Begin This Month as Chinese Unveil PCPrinter BCTM

There’s no doubt that bioprinting, along with various other medial applications within the the 3D printing space will change medicine significantly over the coming decades. We’ve seen tremendous progress being made across the board from 3D printed medical implants to 3D printed human tissue and prostheses which have helped thousands of individuals live fuller, more productive lives.
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Graphene Inks May Lead to 3D Printable Body Parts and Implantable Electronics

The physics researchers who discovered graphene said, while they were picking up their Nobel Prize, that its discovery would change the world. Graphene is not the first discovery said to be world changing, nor will it be the last. But it is one of the few that looks to be coming very close to living up to its discoverers’ promise.
(…weiter auf 3dprint.com)

San Francisco Maker 3D Prints a Better, Custom-Fitted Splint

It has never been easier to make a better whatever than it is now thanks to 3D printing technology, which is improving seemingly by the minute. Recently, a broken finger inspired San Francisco maker and Instructables contributor Luke Iseman to prove that assertion. Iseman and his motorcycle crossed paths with an SUV and, fortunately for him, his injuries were limited to a fractured finger, which he had treated shortly afterwards in a local emergency room.
(…weiter auf 3dprint.com)

Putting Together the Pieces: Tissue Engineering Research & 3D Printing Possibilities

Not to be confused with the types of activities engaged in by scientists working for the Kleenex® company, people who are tissue engineers closely study the cells, scaffolding, and processes necessary to grow new connective tissues or organs for human implantation. The field emerged in the mid-1980s and has been advancing by leaps and bounds ever since.
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A Plano-Convex Lens 3D Printed in Resin Could Revolutionise, Well, Everything

Terahertz Radiation (THz) is a range of radiation wavelengths that occupy a series of frequencies between microwaves and infrared light. This is called the terahertz gap, and while research into this band of electromagnetic radiation is still extremely new, it is already suggested that it could be used to improve security scanners, medical imaging, automated manufacturing, and even communications and high-speed internet.
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VIVIO – 3D-Druck von Hautzellen

3D-Druck von Hautzellen – Das visionäre Projekt „Vivio“ ist eine medizinische Produktkonzeption, die sich mit der Behandlung von Erkrankungen und Beschädigungen der Haut beschäftigt.

In der letzten Zeit wurde das Thema Haut- und Organdruck immer mehr publik. Da ich dieses Themengebiet sehr interessant fand, habe ich mich intensiver damit beschäftigt. Dabei konnte ich feststellen, dass bis jetzt kein Designkonzept dafür existiert, um diese innovative Technologie verständlich für Ärzte, potentielle Patienten und alle Interessierten darzustellen.
(…weiter auf jamesdysonaward.org)

Design Student Creates 3D Skin Printer Concept to Alleviate Burns & Skin Disease

Many of us completely take our skin–generally quite durable–for granted, punishing it under the glare of the sun, caking it with makeup, and subjecting it to a wide array of materials and chemicals, generally without a thought. For some though, skin disease and trauma make life itchy, embarrassing, and, in the case of burn victims, devastatingly painful–and they can be potentially life threatening.
(…weiter auf 3dprint.com)

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