Why has nobody really 3D printed a heart yet? Will animals also benefit from 3D printing in the veterinary field? How to start a 3D printing lab in a public hospital? And who is Gary?
These are just a few of the proposals answered at the latest and fifth edition of the 3D Med Australia Conference, which concluded last Saturday after three days of workshops, lab tours, and lectures at the AAMI Park, a huge Stadium in Melbourne.
The event highlighted 3D printing applications in various health areas like presurgical planning in adult and pediatric fields, bioprinting, medical device design, prosthetic and implantable device design, education of trainees and medical students, as well as patient experience, and even 3D printing to support longevity of equipment for helicopter retrieval (from blood warmers to vial containment). It is the largest 3D technologies in medicine conference in Australasia, convened by Jason […]
We’ve got another busy week of events and webinars coming up, covering topics from color 3D printing and 3D printed...