Using Motion Capture Tech, 'Groundbreaking' UMN Research Allows 3D Printing Of Sensors Directly On Organs That ExpandThe University of Minnesota has announced “groundbreaking new research” on Wednesday that allows electronic sensors to be 3D printed on organs that expand and contract.
Coronavirus In Minnesota: St. Thomas Academy Instructor Fills Need For Medical Face Shields Through 3D PrintingThis grass roots effort continues to grow. For now the project is filling the gap until medical device suppliers can catch up and fill the need.
How Does 3D Printing Work?3D printing technology is now 35 years old, but it’s constantly growing at lightning speed.
Researchers 3D-Print A Human Cornea, May Save Millions From BlindnessResearchers at Newcastle University in the United Kingdom have successfully created the first ever 3D-printed cornea
High School Students Use 3D Printer To Make Prosthetic Finger For TeacherA school in Jackson, Minnesota is using their new 3-D printer for more than just teaching art and graphic design.
Minnesota 3D-Printing Company Expands Operations To NCA Minnesota-based company specializing in 3D printing will be expanding its Wake County operations and is expected to create 170 new jobs over the next five years.
3D Printers In Every Public School? That’s A Minn. Company’s PlanStep inside the DigiFabLab on the University of Minnesota’s College of Design and Dean Tom Fisher can hardly contain his excitement.