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Andrew Hudson Chief Operations Officer, Fluidform Andrew is a co-founder of FluidForm and leads the development, manufacturing, and scale-up efforts of LifeSupport™. His...
What is generative art? What is algorithmic art ? What is fractal? How is this related to the world of 3D printing, bioprinting, and 3dHEALS? Join me and our guest Robert Bruce, the...
Australia is well positioned to play an important role in the global healthcare 3D printing and bioprinting industry and is making significant contributions to the development of the Asia-Pacific markets. This guide seeks to provide an introduction to Australia’s Healthcare 3D Printing Ecosystems including past innovation milestones , major players in academia, private and public sectors. We seek to provide a reference point of information on healthcare 3D printing in Australia and will be updated further to update regularly any notable organizational changes or initiatives that haven’t been reported here.
This fun and insightful conversation with Juan Pablo Garcia Venegas, the engineer behind works on Instagram @m3daid. Juan shared with us how he was inspired to create various 3D printed medical models for the simple but important goal to help the medical students and trainees to learn human anatomies better, with advantages of not recognizing three-dimensional shape but also mobility and functionality, things impossible from an anatomy book.
Currently, the rehabilitation of the atrophic jaws continues to be a challenge for the surgeons. Atrophic jaws are a result of bone volume loss due to multiple factors, hindering their rehabilitation with conventional implant therapy. Many surgical techniques published in scientific literature for these cases depend on the treated area. Reconstructive procedures such as autogenous bone grafting are generally applied, but a second donor site, sinus lift, and guided bone regeneration are all required, increasing co-morbidity of the procedure. Therefore, these procedures are frequently limited in gain, requiring several months for graft maturation.
In this episode, we chatted with Dr. Zsuzsanna Puspokis about how she co-founded Rhino3DMedical, a medical 3D printing-focused software based on Rhino 3D. Zsusanna demonstrated a few surgical examples in this interview.
We had some technical issues with the IG live session but fortunately, we are able to salvage pearls of wisdom from Satori3D CEO ChengXi. Here is the recording of our fun, pragmatic, and inspiring conversation about the current and future status of #dental3Dprinting #startuplife , how to make it work with new technologies (hint: not always easy or straightforward), and the importance of good customer service. As usual, there was also a live demo of fascinating 3D printed designs.
On Jan 21st, 2021, we invited four legal and technological experts from world-class institutions (Identify3D, NYU, MedCrypt, Duane Morris ) to present their perspectives on the future landscape of cybersecurity for 3D printed medical devices. Given the nascent nature of our field, many in the healthcare 3D printing ecosystem have not considered cybersecurity as the number one priority in their product design or adoption, and that is why 3DHEALS organized this event to lay the foundation of this likely important conversation. The cyberattack has made multiple headlines this year, and not in a good way. Major headlines related to medical device malfunction or cybersecurity breach in the healthcare system and 3D printing space will happen with certain, and it's just a matter of when and how. I have compiled the important takeaways from the webinar, relevant resources, and data into this guide. Hopefully, this will at least inspire you to learn more and start critical conversations. Full event speaker biographies can be found here.