About the Lattice this week: We were very fortunate to be able to interview the CEO of @Xkelet Jordi Tura last week. Xkelet has been innovating in the space of 3D scanning to 3D printed personalized immobilization devices for years (since 2014), with a focus on software optimization. We found these beautiful lattices designed for forearm immobilization casts on its Instagram account. These lattices were designed not just for aesthetics, but more for functionality, including increased comfort, speeding up healing, and flexibility for imaging.
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.
OOOPDS – a surgical planning software received TFDA Class-II medical device certification developed by Taiwan Main Orthopaedic Biotechnology Co., Ltd. April 12th, 2021 @TaiwanMainOrthopaedicBiotechnology
U.S. Researchers evaluate 3D printed medical model accuracy using formlabs technology [read more at Medical Physics] April 19th, 2021 @formlabs
How the University of Dundee uses Artec 3D scanners in their Medical Art program and beyond April 19th, 2021 @dundeeuni @Artec3DScanners
3D Printed medical implants: Anthill Partners with Israeli Health Tech Firm Kanfit3D for India Market ExpansionApril 20th, 2021 @Kanfit3D @AnthillVentures
Swiss m4m Center gets green light to print implants April 20th, 2021 @Swissm4mCenter @isostandards
Schiner 3D Repro harnesses Stratasys J750 Digital Anatomy machine for medical models April 21st, 2021 @s3drepro @Stratasys
Revo Foods Closes €1.5M Funding Round for 3D Printed Plant-Based Seafood April 21st, 2021 @RevoFoods
Developing a Mimics 3D Bone Model with Trabecular and Cortical Bone Separated (Prox Humerus Example) January 29th, 2021 @EngineeringSimplicity @MaterialiseNV