3D Medical Conference welcomes Pablo Publishing as Media Partner
About Pablo Publishing
Pablo Publishing Pte Ltd is a Singapore-based publisher of special interest business-to-business magazines, journals and websites. We publish ten magazines covering five markets, providing the latest news and technological advancements for decision makers and professionals across Asia, China and the Middle East. Continue reading “3D Medical Conference welcomes Pablo Publishing as Media Partner”
3D Medical Conference welcomes De Gruyter as Media Partner
About De Gruyter
The independent academic publisher De Gruyter can look back at a company history of over 260 years.
Today, the group publishes over 1,300 new titles each year in the humanities, social sciences, STM and law, more than 700 subscription based or Open Access journals, and a variety of digital products.
The company is headquartered in Berlin, with offices in Basel, Beijing, Boston and Munich.
Under its umbrella brand De Gruyter, the company runs the imprints of De Gruyter Akademie Forschung, Birkhäuser, De Gruyter Mouton, De Gruyter Oldenbourg, and De Gruyter Saur. Continue reading “3D Medical Conference welcomes De Gruyter as Media Partner”
First human corneas have been 3D printed by scientists at Newcastle University
It means the technique could be used in the future to ensure an unlimited supply of corneas. As the outermost layer of the human eye, the cornea has an important role in focusing vision.
Yet there is a significant shortage of corneas available to transplant, with 10 million people worldwide requiring surgery to prevent corneal blindness as a result of diseases such as trachoma, an infectious eye disorder.
In addition, almost 5 million people suffer total blindness due to corneal scarring caused by burns, lacerations, abrasion or disease. Continue reading “First human corneas have been 3D printed by scientists at Newcastle University (Video)”
Portable 3D skin printer to heal deep wounds, developed by University of Toronto researchers
University of Toronto researchers have developed a handheld 3D skin printer that deposits even layers of skin tissue to cover and heal deep wounds. The team believes it to be the first device that forms tissue in situ, depositing and setting in place, within two minutes or less.
The research, led by PhD student Navid Hakimi under the supervision of Associate Professor Axel Guenther of the Faculty of Applied Science & Engineering, and in collaboration with Dr. Marc Jeschke, director of the Ross Tilley Burn Centre at Sunnybrook Hospital and professor of immunology at the Faculty of Medicine, was recently published in the journal Lab on a Chip.
For patients with deep skin wounds, all three skin layers – the epidermis, dermis and hypodermis – may be heavily damaged. The current preferred treatment is called split-thickness skin grafting, where healthy donor skin is grafted onto the surface epidermis and part of the underlying dermis. Continue reading “Portable 3D skin printer to heal deep wounds, developed by University of Toronto researchers”
New method for 3D printing biological samples enables faster, cheaper models for research & diagnosis
What if you could hold a physical model of your own brain in your hands, accurate down to its every unique fold? That’s just a normal part of life for Steven Keating, Ph.D., who had a baseball-sized tumor removed from his brain at age 26 while he was a graduate student in the MIT Media Lab’s Mediated Matter group. Curious to see what his brain actually looked like before the tumor was removed, and with the goal of better understanding his diagnosis and treatment options, Keating collected his medical data and began 3D printing his MRI and CT scans, but was frustrated that existing methods were prohibitively time-intensive, cumbersome, and failed to accurately reveal important features of interest. Keating reached out to some of his group’s collaborators, including members of the Wyss Institute at Harvard University, who were exploring a new method for 3D printing biological samples. Continue reading “New method for 3D printing biological samples enables faster, cheaper models for research & diagnosis”
3D Medical Conference welcomes Mind Commerce as Media Partner. The event will take place on January 30-31, 2019, at MECC Maastricht, The Netherlands.
About Mind Commerce
Mind Commerce is your trusted source for research and strategic analysis focused on digital technologies and the telecommunications industry. Our reports provide key trends, projections, and in-depth analysis for infrastructure, platforms, devices, applications, services, emerging business models and opportunities.Key focus areas for Mind Commerce include:Cloud Computing, Data Technologies, and the Internet of Things. Contact us today for an initial discussion and/or briefing about our research. Continue reading “3D Medical Conference welcomes Mind Commerce as Media Partner”
3D Medical Conference welcomes The International Federation of Podiatrists as Media Partner. The event will take place on January 30-31, 2019, at MECC Maastricht, The Netherlands.
About The International Federation of Podiatrists
The International Federation of Podiatrists – Fédération Internationale des Podologues (FIP-IFP) is an international not-for-profit association focused on global leadership and the development of podiatric medicine around the world.
Working together collaboratively with leaders of the podiatry profession, the federation enhances the podiatric profession through the sharing of knowledge, practice and research among member countries. Continue reading “3D Medical Conference welcomes The International Federation of Podiatrists as Media Partner”
3D Medical Conference welcomes Flam3D as Media Partner. The event will take place on January 30-31, 2019, at MECC Maastricht, The Netherlands.
Flam3D was founded in June 2015 by Leuven University (KU Leuven), Materialise, rsprint, Sirris, T&M Solutions, Tenco DDM, Ghent University (UGent), Vamac and Xeikon Prepress, with the support of Flanders Innovation & Entrepreneurship.Since the launch of the activities on October 1, 2015, various companies and organizations joined our platform.
Also interested in 3D-printing for your company? Contact us for more information. Continue reading “3D Medical Conference welcomes Flam3D as Media Partner”
Additive manufacturing a novel titanium dental implant abutment – Presented by Les Kalman, Research Driven at the 3D Medical Printing Conference, which will take place on 30-31 January 2019 at MECC Maastricht, The Netherlands.
Dental implants are an important elective option for the replacement of a missing tooth or teeth. The abutment acts as an interface between the implant and artificial tooth/teeth. A novel dental implant abutment, that provides a simple, efficient and inexpensive alternative for tooth fabrication, has been developed, patented and termed Tempcap.
The initial (traditional) prototype was fabricated by laser welding components but resulted in a weak structure with excessive variability in design. Manufacturing through conventional machining proved too costly and complicated. Additive manufacturing was investigated as an alternative to fabrication. The prototype was digitized and refined through CAD and initially printed in Duraform 316L stainless steel. The prototypes were qualitatively assessed for functionality by implant threading and successful simulated fabrication of an artificial tooth in a laboratory setting.
Based on the final optimized design, Tempcaps were 3D printed in dental-grade Titanium (Ti-6Al-4V) (ADEISS, London, ON). Complimentary to the 3D printing process, all Tempcaps underwent post-processing, which included final thread tapping for pronounced thread geometries, heat treatment for relieving thermal stresses and strengthening, and bead blasting for a smoother finish.
The final research objectives are: (1) to compare the maximum torques experienced during insertion of conventional and 3D printed Tempcaps into dental implants and (2) to assess the mechanical strength of the retentive pin projections under compression.
Results will be obtained this summer. The research will provide the necessary results required to verify and validate the 3D printed Tempcap for a clinical assessment. Continue reading “Additive manufacturing a novel titanium dental implant abutment – Presented by Les Kalman, Research Driven”
Smart Material Applications in Dentistry – Presented by Sherif Kandil, K Line at the 3D Medical Printing Conference, which will take place on 30-31 January 2019 at MECC Maastricht, The Netherlands.
The greatest scientific discovery of humanity was the discovery of knowledge. Once humans realized how little they knew about the world, they suddenly had a very good reason to seek new knowledge, which opened up the scientific road to progress.”
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