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Roland Announces Launch of New DGSHAPE DWX 52DCi and DWX 52D Dental Mills

Roland DGA has announced the introduction of two innovative DGSHAPE 5-axis dental milling machines: the DWX-52DCi automatic disc changer model, with new DWINDEX software for monitoring operations and productivity at a glance, and the DWX-52D with value-added upgrades to the industry-standard DWX-51D.


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Bioprinting and personalised medicine to drive $6 billion 3D medical printing market by 2027, says Smithers Rapra

3D printing technology has been applied across a wide range of applications in healthcare, providing customised anatomical models and surgical tools that facilitate training and planning of complex surgeries, as well as increasingly sophisticated customised implants and prosthetics that offer better fit and functionality for patients.

3dbiosurfaces Technologies, LLC and STRATEC Announce the Commercial Release of 3D NS-NC Slide- the New Standard of Microarray Substrates

3dbiosurfaces and STRATEC Consumables GmbH, a wholly owned subsidiary of STRATEC, announced today the release of the first commercially available microarray substrate based on 3dbiosurfaces patented and patent-pending technologies.

Biocompatible SIL 30 enables on-demand airway stents

Researchers at Children’s Minnesota Hospital recently explored potential pediatric airway stent solutions, addressing a population segment often ignored due to its relatively small market size. The proposed solution would enable customized stents over time to match the growth of a child’s airway. Leveraging Carbon’s Digital Light Synthesis™ technology and newly launched Silicone (SIL) 30 material, the team developed an approach to create 3D manufactured airway stents that met tight specifications, such as low durometer and adequate radial compression strength.

Amputee horse rider gets a new lease of life with 3D-printed prosthetic leg

Belinda Gatland, a British expat living in the UAE and an amputee for more than 10 years has become the first recipient of a fully 3D-printed prosthetic leg in the region. Belinda, who works as an equine physiotherapy specialist, had to have her leg amputated after a horse riding accident at the age of 22 resulted in necrosis (premature death of tissue or bone cells) and left her in immense pain for several years.

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