According to Stratasys, “ULA optimizes their rockets by replacing metal components with lightweight thermoplastic parts manufactured additively. From prototypes and mock-ups to rocket launches ULA’s use of 3D printing has grown exponentially”.
According to New China TV,” 3D Printing is getting real in construction. China’s first 3D-printed pedestrian bridge will open to the public in a park next January. With a designed lifespan of 3 decades, the bridge took the engineers only 35 days to print out”.
3D-Printed implants help grow real bone.
According to the researchers Paulo Coelho, DDS, MD, and Bruce Cronstein, MD,” explain that chemically coated, ceramic implants successfully guided the regrowth of missing bone in lab animals while steadily dissolving, which could benefit wounded veterans and children living with skull deformations since birth. Learn more about their work, recently featured in the Journal of Tissue Engineering and Regenerative Medicine”.
According to Proto3000, “Increase your capacity and fuel business growth by embracing digital dentistry. Based on PolyJet technology, Dental Series 3D Printers deliver smooth surfaces and lifelike details in materials specially engineered for dental and orthodontic use. You can accurately 3D print surgical guides, veneer try-ins, stone models and a range of orthodontic appliances using 3D data from oral scans and CAD designs. Stratasys 3D printers are ideal for printing precise and detailed surgical guides to improve your organization’s efficiency and workflow”.
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