The Lattice #64: 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: We found this cool 3D printable mesh of a tooth with root canal on Instagram by @biovoxel

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

Xkelet offers cost-effective, real-time 3D printed casts and more September 20th, 2020 @xkelet_hello

Bioprinted therapeutic offers novel solution for treating Type 1 Diabetes September 22nd, 2020 @aspectbiosys @GenomeBC 

Aspect Biosystems to Deliver Two Bioprinters to Researchers via New Grant Program September 28th, 2020 @aspectbiosys

3D printing is making a giant leap into health. That could change everything September 28th, 2020 @HP @formlabs

3D Systems Delivers New Innovation for its VSP® System – Receives 510(k) Clearance for Improved Patient-Matched Surgical Guidance October 1st, 2020 @3dsystems

Behind the smile: 3D technologies used in arts practice-led research into facial nerve paralysis October 2nd, 2020 @Artec3DScanners @Prusa3D

Doctors save man’s life at Hull Royal Infirmary in ‘world first’ surgery. October 2nd, 2020 @hulllive

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Middle East: 3D printing beyond the face mask : Companies specialising in 3D printing in the Middle East have famously pivoted to producing medical equipment for coronavirus warriors. However, some are also launching hygiene products for everyday use, learning business lessons along the way. September 22nd, 2020 @eon_aligner @3Dinova @Immensalabs @preciseme

A 3D printed vocal mask for choirs and music classes : A new 3D printed vocal mask has been developed specifically for choirs and music classes allowing the user to sing unobstructed. September 24th, 2020 @Varia3D @Evonik

3D-Printed Medical Devices Can Remedy Supply Bottlenecks In Times Of Pandemic : Checklists help manufacturers implement regulatory requirements reliably and promptly. TUV SUD’s checklists detail the key requirements across standards and regulations relating to medical products. These lists were distributed to manufacturers free of charge during the COVID-19 crisis. The free lists benefitted testing laboratories, healthcare specialists and the public by making Additive Manufacturing easier to access. September 29th, 2020 @TUVSUD @ASTMIntl

TCC (Travis Community Consortium) donates 3D printers to Phoenix Spark, aids in base COVID care and Airman innovation : At the peak of the pandemic, The Travis Community Consortium donated a shipment of 16 3D printers to the Phoenix Spark Lab at Travis AFB, California to support PPE printing. September 30th, 2020 @postprotech @usairforce

3D-printed ‘invisible’ fibres can sense breath, sound, and biological cells : Researchers at the University of Cambridge have leveraged recent advances in 3D printing to produce electronic fibers that could be used as sensors for health monitoring, all while being invisible to the naked eye. (Read more from Science Advances). October 2nd, 2020 @Cambridge_Uni

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Mobile Merge Cube Radiologic Technologist Learning applications July 8th, 2020 @siramedical

Insights for Billing using Category III CPT Codes for Hospital-Based 3D Printing September 1st, 2020 @rsna #3DPrintingSIG

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