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Sensoria Health and Rejoint announce first personalized knee replacement surgery with AM and remote patient rehab monitoring

Custom 3D Printed Cobalt Chrome Prosthetic Knee Combined with Sensoria Health Patient Monitoring System Revolutionize Total Knee Replacement (TKR) Surgery

Remote Patient Rehab System Includes New Smart Knee Brace, Textile Pressure Sensor Infused Socks, Remote Monitoring Cloud & Mobile Apps
Reduces Rehab Time, Pain and Risk of Requiring Corrective Surgery

WACKER Sets Benchmarks in Multimaterial Printing and Precision with New ACEO Technology

At the K2019 International Trade Fair for Plastics and Rubber, the Munich-based chemical group WACKER is unveiling a newly developed version of its pioneering ACEO® 3D printing technology with silicone rubber – and is thereby setting new benchmarks. The new ACEO® Imagine Series K2 features numerous technical improvements and new software, allowing three-dimensional objects to be reproduced even more precisely and with extremely high dimensional accuracy. Moreover, the new printer can print up to four different silicone materials simultaneously, allowing objects to be printed in color and with silicones of different hardness. Visitors to this year’s K show can experience the fascinating potential of the new printing technology at the WACKER booth in Hall 6. K 2019 takes place in Düsseldorf, Germany, from October 16 to 23.

The prostheses for syrian children are printed in 3d

Active in Damascus a laboratory donated by AMAR, WASP and Arche 3D

The little Syrian seems perplexed, maybe he doesn’t understand well what’s going on. Then he sees the colored artificial limb that was applied him in place of the missing right arm and his face lights up in a smile that warms our heart.

Living Skin Can Now be 3D-Printed With Blood Vessels Included

Development is significant step toward skin grafts that can be integrated into patient’s skin
Researchers at Rensselaer Polytechnic Institute have developed a way to 3D print living skin, complete with blood vessels. The advancement, published online today in Tissue Engineering Part A, is a significant step toward creating grafts that are more like the skin our bodies produce naturally.

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