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Rapid prototyping uses advanced computer and laser technologies to produce complex three-dimensional prototypes in a fraction of the time required by more traditional technologies. The rapid prototyping process begins with a CAD solid model output to the appropriate RP file format. The file data is sliced into cross sections of 0.003 to 0.010 in. thickness. The cross sections are then fabricated in a layer additive process using one of the three available RP technologies.
PulmoBioMed raises £1.4m for innovative lung test commercialization

PulmoBioMed raises £1.4m for innovative lung test commercialization

Innovative breath sampling device could revolutionize diagnosis of many diseases

Innovative breath sampling device could revolutionize diagnosis of many diseases

Unique 3D printed system for wide-scale production of stem cells

Unique 3D printed system for wide-scale production of stem cells

Novel course in biodesign expands ability of students to create potential medical devices for the future

Novel course in biodesign expands ability of students to create potential medical devices for the future

3D printing a way out of COVID-19

3D printing a way out of COVID-19

Printable biosensor enables simultaneous recording and imaging of tissues, organs during surgery

Printable biosensor enables simultaneous recording and imaging of tissues, organs during surgery

Zeus Industrial Products to integrate catheter-based contract manufacturer CathX Medical

Zeus Industrial Products to integrate catheter-based contract manufacturer CathX Medical

New collaboration brings over 20,000 onsite COVID-19 tests to Detroit’s residents

New collaboration brings over 20,000 onsite COVID-19 tests to Detroit’s residents

Innovative breath collecting device could change coronavirus diagnosis around the world

Innovative breath collecting device could change coronavirus diagnosis around the world

Printed electronics show promise for personalized biosensors, embedded electronic tattoos

Printed electronics show promise for personalized biosensors, embedded electronic tattoos

Vision Engineering launches world's first digital stereoscopic 3D-view microscope

Vision Engineering launches world's first digital stereoscopic 3D-view microscope

$11 million NIH grant for Clemson University helps launch new center for musculoskeletal research

$11 million NIH grant for Clemson University helps launch new center for musculoskeletal research

Happitech, Arrhythmia Alliance and Bug Labs launch Heart for Heart e-health initiative

Happitech, Arrhythmia Alliance and Bug Labs launch Heart for Heart e-health initiative

New low-cost fabrication technique could help incorporate optical sensing onto lab-on-a-chip devices

New low-cost fabrication technique could help incorporate optical sensing onto lab-on-a-chip devices

Research project aims to develop wearable robotic system for keyhole surgery

Research project aims to develop wearable robotic system for keyhole surgery

EVG brings high-volume manufacturing process solutions to biotechnology and medical device market

EVG brings high-volume manufacturing process solutions to biotechnology and medical device market

Personalised wristband devices can help adults diagnosed with autism manage anxiety

Personalised wristband devices can help adults diagnosed with autism manage anxiety

Bukert Life Science uses Twin Power design to produce microfluidic valves in three sizes

Bukert Life Science uses Twin Power design to produce microfluidic valves in three sizes

Health systems rely on design thinking for management and innovation

Health systems rely on design thinking for management and innovation

Flagship launches Rubius to develop functionalized red blood cells for treatment of serious diseases

Flagship launches Rubius to develop functionalized red blood cells for treatment of serious diseases