In the last decade, 3D printing has been used in different sectors, including manufacturing, education, aerospace, and medicine. But despite the rising popularity of this technology in many industries, the marketing space seems
The new legislation will ensure that 25 per cent of its buildings are constructed through 3D printing technology by 2030.
Nanoform, the nanoparticle medicine enablers, and Aprecia, the 3D Printed pharmaceutical company, to advance 3D printed nanomedicines.
Combining X-rays and 3D printing technology allows doctors to use scans of the patient to produce a virtual model of the area of interest. This model can then be printed according to lifelike dimensions and sizings. IDEX technology is particularly advantageous here, as the model can be printed in different materials, to replicate different parts of the body such as bones or tissue.