The Lattice #68: 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:  Sometimes, beauty is universal, we found this beautiful 3D printed lattice this week from @ntopology, a popular 3D printing design software.

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Giving healthcare training a boost with realistic bespoke medical simulators October 20th, 2020 #AuMed @Stratasys

3D-Printed Pharmaceuticals Pave the Way for Customizable Drug Therapies October 21st, 2020 @Aprecia3DP @CyclePharma @HP 

Formlabs Continues To Lead 3D Printing Industry In Material Innovation With Launch of New Resins For Dental, Manufacturing and Engineering October 27th, 2020 @formlabs

Optomec Delivers 3D Electronics Printer for Medical Device Production October 28th, 2020 @OptomecInc

Materialise to Accelerate Digital Transformation in the Footcare Industry October 29th, 2020 @RSscan1 @MaterialiseNV @Superfeet

Canadian Researchers 3D Print Metal Tusk Caps To Protect The Dental Health Of Endangered Walruses October 29th, 2020 @etsmtl @UMontreal @reseausepaq

Imaginarium 3D prints iBreastExam prototype for cancer detectionOctober 30th, 2020 @UELifeSciences @iBreastExam @Imaginarium_Ind

How Medical 3D Printing Could Save Millions of Lives October 30th, 2020 @3dsourced

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What does the future hold for 3D Printing? : Covid-19 pandemic has wrought havoc with many sectors, including the automotive, aerospace and industrial markets that have adopted 3D printing most enthusiastically. This, and other factors, are impacting 3D printing just as it reaches maturity as a versatile manufacturing technique and have stalled that pattern of growth. But for how long? October 28th, 2020 @IDTechEx @MPN_Magazine

3D-Printed Molds Accelerate Substitute-Ventilator Validation : Fortify’s 3D printing and injection molding expertise saved Ventilator Project weeks and thousands of dollars as the nonprofit hurried to supply clinicians and hospitals at the start of the COVID-19 pandemic. October 30th, 2020 @ri_ventproject @3DFortify

COVID-19 Was Not the First Supply-Chain Disruption, and It Won’t Be the Last : The need for a robust supply chain that can respond to rapidly changing demand as product life cycles shorten hasn’t changed, says Protolabs CEO Vicki Holt. 3D printing isn’t always the right solution, nor is injection molding — you have to consider the many variables of a project. October 29th, 2020 @IDTechEx

UofL engineering student creates design for 3D-printed COVID test swab : Mayor Greg Fischer and University of Louisville President Neeli Bendapudi recognized the LOU Covid Rapid Response Group, a collection of manufacturers, suppliers, universities, and individuals designing, manufacturing, or 3D-printing PPE for hospital systems in more than 10 states on Thursday. October 29th, 2020 @WhipMixCorp @GE_Appliances

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How to 3D print human tissue – Taneka JonesOctober 18th, 2019 @TEDEd

How is 3D Printing Used in Orthopaedics and Surgery?October 21st, 2020@hkumed @Stratasys

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