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InTechnology
“US researchers from the University of Central Florida and Oregon Health and Science University have come together to review the history not only of prosthetics overall in the medical field but also to further inspect the transformation allowed by 3D printing. Contending that there are still many problems to be solved in prosthetics, the authors further explore children’s physical…
InTechnology
“Carpenter Technology Corporation has announced the establishment of its Carpenter Additive business unit, which will assist companies through the design and production of additively manufactured (AM) parts. The company has long been a developer and distributer of stainless steels and specialty alloys, and in more recent years has invested big in additive manufacturing, most notably was its $81m acquisition…
InScienceTechnology
“We were the first to explore the industrial potenfial of laser assisted bioprinting technology in various applications. The granting of this series of European patents further supports Poiefis’ position in the field of 3D bio-printing,” stated Fabien Guillemot, President and CEO of Poietis. Based on its expertise in bioprinting technologies and in particular high resolution…
InScience
“Turning disabilities into superpowers” is the defining vision of UK-based Open Bionics. Their mission is to create “affordable, assistive devices that enhance the human body.” RELATED: 7 INDUSTRIES IN 2019 THAT ARE CURRENTLY BEING DISRUPTED BY 3D PRINTING Their first product was  the Hero Arm, which they describe as “the world’s first medically certified 3D-printed bionic arm,…