The Lattice 89: Healthcare 3D Printing Newsletter

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About the Lattice this week: Metal ( like this 3D printed titanium lattice here) has been the most reliable and used materials for healthcare applications among all materials. We found this captivating photo of a close-up of a 3D printed metal lattice from the Instagram account of knt3dprint.

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.


Prodways introduces PLASTCure Absolute Aligner material March 12rd, 2021 @Prodways

New bioink brings 3D-printing of human organs closer to reality [read more at Advanced Materials] March 17th, 2021 @lunduniversity

Singular builds reconstructive surgery 3D capability March 22nd, 2021 #SingularHealth 

POSTECH develops an artificial lung model applicable as a respiratory disease treatment platform [read more at Advanced Science] March 24th, 2021

iCREATE Provides 3D Printing to Make Needed Medical Supplies During Pandemic March 24th, 2021 @iCREATEdir

Scientists embed antibiotics in the 3D printed implants used to regenerate damaged bone [read more at Bioactive Materials] March 24th, 2021 #BRTA @UniPadova @CaFoscari @MERLN_UM

P&G Closer to Customizing Drug Tablets Thanks to 3D Printing March 24th, 2021 @ProcterGamble @NUSingapore 

HSS and LimaCorporate Open First Provider-Based 3D Design and Printing Center for Complex Joint Reconstruction Surgery March 25th, 2021 @HSpecialSurgery #LimaCorporate #ProMadePOC


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Augmented reality improves Spine surgery with iSIGHT March 11th, 2021 #AdventHealthInstitute

CARDIOPATCH: Regenerative medicine and 3D printing applied to myocardial infarction treatment March 26th, 2021 #CardioPatchProject

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