The Lattice #63: Healthcare 3D Printing Newsletter

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The Lattice is 3DHEALS weekly recap of the latest news, publications, events in the world of healthcare 3D printing, and 3D Bioprinting.  Have a cool 3D printed Lattice photo to share with us? Tag us @3dheals on Instagram or Twitter

About the Lattice this week:  This week’s lattice is a 3D scanned insect nests, serving as a biodesign inspiration for #architect @biodesign_lab 

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Australian Bioprinted Cornea Could Meet Global Need September 4th, 2020 @ARC_ACES

Rowan researchers work to ‘bioprint’ vocal cord implants September 8th, 2020 @RowanUniversity

Carnegie Mellon University student helps Build Silk Scaffolding for Tissue Engineering September 11th, 2020 @CarnegieMellon

How 3D printing prescription lenses enable the new wave of wearables September 16th, 2020 @Luxexcel

How Precision ADM Became the Largest Producer of 3D Printed Medical Devices September 21st, 2020 @formlabs @PrecisionAdm

3D Systems’ Gautam Gupta on Point-of-Care 3D Printing and the Hospitals of the Future (Read more at 3DSystems) September 22nd, 2020 @3dsystems 

Singapore Scientists Develop Novel Method Of 3D Printing Milk-Based Culinary Treats “Can formulate various nutritious foods, including those served to patients in Hospital for their special dietary needs”. September 22nd, 2020 @sutdsg

Passion for 3D printing and veterinary medicine lead first-year student to Cornell September 23rd, 2020 @M3Dimensions @CornellNews

3D Printed Kidneys Included in CollPlant and United Therapeutics’ Expanded Collaboration September 23rd, 2020 @CollplantBio #UnitedTherapeutics

3D Predict Unveils Innovative AI-Driven Teeth Aligners in USSeptember 24th, 2020 @3dpredict

Inhaler specialist Syqe Medical purchases Stratasys’ new J55 3D printer September 24th, 2020 @3dsystems #SyqeMedical

Researchers develop a ‘stretching rack’ for cells. September 24th, 2020 @KITKarlsruhe

Will Medical 3D Printing Be Local or International? Oceanz Launches Service for Dutch Hospitals September 26th, 2020 @Oceanz3Dprint 


MTU engineer makes open-source, 3D printed tools for COVID-19: Today, with the evolution of digital manufacturing technologies such as 3D printers and circuit milling systems, humanity can share designs with others who can then replicate medical-grade devices for the cost of locally sourced materials. September 21st, 2020 @mturesearch

Researchers develop ‘swab’ with 3D printer to increase the number of Covid-19 tests in Minas | Minas Gerais : Researchers from the Osvaldo Cruz Foundation (Fiocruz) in Belo Horizonte are developing a swab made from 3D printing, which could become a possible ally in expanding Covid-19 tests in Minas. September 22nd, 2020 @fiocruz

3D print your face on a mask, fit antibacterial handles to your doors – designs for the Covid-19 both practical and whimsical: An architect’s call for designs for small objects to make a difference to lives amid Covid-19 drew a range of submissions, some functional, others more fun. September 22nd, 2020

Finishing process removed resin from 3D printed nasal swabs fast : At the peak of the pandemic, Print Parts began working with NYC to scale up production of NP swabs for the emergency supply of COVID test kits. September 23rd, 2020 @postprotech @PrintParts

Covid-19: Warning Signals When the Wearer’s Hand Nears the Face: A 3D printed pendant that uses vibrations to warn the wearer they are about to touch their face has been launched by NASA’s Jet Propulsion Lab (JPL). The device, which pulses when the wearer’s hand nears the face, aims to reduce potential infection from Covid-19 through simple and affordable technology. September 24th, 2020 @NASAJPL

Department of Veterans Affairs using 3D tech to create PPE, helping veterans get food and medical supplies during pandemic : The VA has developed their 3D technology and shared resources with the public to develop PPE, altered their ride share program to deliver food and medical supplies. September 25th, 2020 @DeptVetAffairs

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NeuroPrint Technology September 23rd, 2020 @spb_university


Rahul Panat: Developing a 10-second COVID-19 antibody test July 14th, 2020 @CarnegieMellon


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