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3D printing the Cherry cake

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This is the high tech design bakery. Minimum tooling is needed with 3D printing. It can save time and money.
Importance of 3D printing cake is we can have vegan, gluten-free any kind of cake in less time. I think any professional can make the vegan or gluten free cake in no time. We are talking about 3D printing and this is 3D printed cake we can use our imagination to create any dream design.
preparation to make design take less time so it will be easy to make.

Have fun:)

 

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3D printed scaffolds with turmeric

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The WSU research team improved bone-growing capabilities on 3D-printed, ceramic bone scaffolds by 30-45 percent when coated with curcumin, a compound found in the spice, turmeric. They have published their work in the journal,
Turmeric has been used in Asia for thousands of years and is a major part of Ayurveda. Turmeric has been shown to have antioxidant, anti-inflammatory and bone-building capabilities.
According to Susmita Bose, Herman and Brita Lindholm Endowed Chair Professor in the School of Mechanical and Materials Engineering, “As a mother and having a chemistry background, I realized I didn’t want my children to be exposed to so many chemicals for every illness,” Bose said. “I started looking at home remedies.”
she always emphasizes healthy living as the best way to guarantee the best health outcomes, including healthy eating, proper sleep, interesting hobbies, and exercise.:)

Osteoporosis Protocol Review

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Natural cures combined with biomedical devices prompt bone health, growth

3D Printed bionic hand

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The 3D printing’s kindness has really opened the doors to many possibilities.
Bionics company developing affordable, assistive devices that enhance the human body. They have started the Hero Arm, a stylish multi-grip bionic hand. Current upper limb prostheses exist as hooks, grippers, or expensive bionic hands. We’re on a mission to make beautiful bionic limbs more accessible.

“So the open bionics team wanted to build assistive devices that could enable people to have more freedom and independence. And team wanted these devices to be really affordable. So at the moment, there’s this amazing bionic technology that exists but it’s out of reach for most patients because it’s so expensive. Around $1000 and open Bionic’s arms take roughly 40 hours to 3D print. The person’s limb is scanned with a tablet.

The design of the prosthetic is then planned out. The prosthetic is finally 3D printed.
The Bionic team wants to completely change that and make it really accessible and de-marketize a really helpful technology. So at the moment, everything is really exciting at Open Bionics because we’re gearing up to launch we’ve been trialing our bionic hands with children as young as eight.”

Open Bionics teamed up with the National Health Service in the UK. The NHS spends approximately $75 million per year on prosthetic services.

“I think the coolest thing about this is we’re working really closely with amputees not just designing a solution for them, they’re helping us design the solution. So yeah, I think it’s a really exciting time. In the very near future, we are focusing on our launch of the first 3D printed bionic limb. The cool thing about my job includes seeing people being fitted with bionic limbs for the first time and that’s a really big moment. For young children, they often don’t have access to these devices because they’re not small enough, or they’re just too expensive, so their parents can’t afford to supply them or the NHS cannot afford to supply a patient with it. So, seeing a young child being able to move fingers individually for the first time is really cool.”
“The future of prosthetic is low cost, lightweight, multi-grip, really great control. And even further in the future, it’s all about hyper-personalization.” 🙂

 

Open Bionics Homepage

http://www.businessinsider.com/open-bionics-prosthetic-arms-2018-2