SHARING IDEAS THAT DO GOOD

3D printing of anatomical tissue

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This project will develop and field-test novel methods for extending the haptic and tactile properties of 3D printed replica human tissues for use in surgical training models.

Fusetec 3D recently released the world’s-first 3D-printed sinus model that accurately replicates the tactile and haptic characteristics that surgeons would experience when operating on a human patient. The 3D sinus model is available with a range of pathologies to enhance surgical training scenarios. However, the models already push the boundaries of currently available high-end commercial 3D printing technologies.

See https://www.amgc.org.au/project/supercapacitor-electrode-materials-2/
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Lynn Wood @ 2020.03.16 2:29 PM
Great to see this advance in health using 3D. 

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By Michael Sharpe

15 March 2020



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