The Lattice #69: Healthcare 3D Printing Newsletter

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 on Instagram, by @farccotecnologia by Fabio Sant’Ana, who also happens to be the author of this weeks’ Expert Corner blog on material science behind #3Dprinting implants using metallic materials.

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Lab team develops first-ever living 3D-printed aneurysm to improve surgical procedures, personalize treatments October 21st, 2020 @Livermore_Lab

Organs-on-a-chip model for breast cancer drug cardiac toxicity testing October 27th, 2020 @khademh

Medical Customers Across the Globe Adopt Stratasys J750 Digital Anatomy 3D Printer  November 2nd, 2020 @Stratasys

Spaghetti manufacturer helps Dutch Erasmus MC hospital with 3D-printed pills for sick children November 2nd, 2020 @erasmusmcintl @TNO_Research

SYQE Medical Reaps Benefits Of Sustained High Temperature Parts With XJet Additive Manufacturing November 4th, 2020 @XJet_3d #SyqeMedical

3D Systems, Veterans Health Administration Collaboration Transforms Patient Care for U.S. VeteransNovember 5th, 2020 @3dsystems @VeteransHealth

REGENHU Unveils New Bioprinters, Software and More to Revamp Business November 5th, 2020 @regenhu

Meat-Tech 3D Raises $7m After Announcing IPO Filing And Peace Of Meat Acquisition Plans November 6th, 2020 @MeaTech3D 

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Round 2: The COVID Fight Scores With Help From 3D Printing: Global COVID-19 infection rates are increasing, and we are now in Round 2 of the fight against the global pandemic.  The first round of the COVID fight was a defining moment for the 3D printing industry. November 5th, 2020 @fabbaloo 

NIH COVID-19 Supply Chain Response [Updated] : This collection represents a coordinated effort among the NIH/NIAID, FDA, VA, and America Makes to support the manufacturing of personal protective equipment (PPE) or other necessary medical devices that are in short supply due to the COVID-19 pandemic. November 7th, 2020 @NIH

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3DP with medical-grade polymers: Heat is key | Sebastian Pammer | Kumovis Insights November 5th, 2020 @Kumovis_3DP

Kenya is 3D printing nose swabs and face shields, to meet Covid19-induced medical equipment shortage November 2nd, 2020

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