3D printing stocks u-turn.

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4 3D Printing Stocks That Are Making A Comeback.

3D Printing for natural healing.

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As said by Professor Fergal O’Brien, Professor of Bioengineering and Regenerative Medicine at RCSI, “Platelet-rich plasma (PRP) is a natural healing substance in our blood. As well as promising results for skin wound healing, this technology can potentially be used to regenerate different tissues, therefore dramatically influencing the ever-growing regenerative medicine, 3D printing and personalized medicine markets.”

3D printing of blood plasma may speed up wound healing.

First 3D printed prosthetic.

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As stated by Principal Investigator, Professor Mandeep Sagoo (UCL Institute of Ophthalmology and consultant ophthalmologist at Moorfields), “We are excited about the potential for this fully digital prosthetic eye. We hope our forthcoming clinical trial will provide us with robust evidence about the value of this new technology, showing what a difference it makes for patients. It clearly has the potential to reduce waiting lists.”

First patient fitted with 3D printed eye.

Patient receives the world’s first fully 3D-printed prosthetic eye.

Super easy 3D Printing.

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As mentioned by David Moodie, Founder & CEO, in his press report with TechCrunch, “It’s super easy for the user; they literally take the mold, throw in the cold metal powder or metal ingots, put it in the microwave, press the button and walk away. It even dings when it’s done. As easy as heating up a microwave dinner.”

Foundry Lab raises US $8M Series A round to make metal casting as easy as a microwave dinner.

Foundry Lab raises $8M to quickly, cheaply create metal castings using a microwave.

FOUNDRY LAB.

3D Printed medical devices $2.3 billion.

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According to Paragon Medical Pierceton campus Vice President and General Manager Dan Blum, “We’re always trying to stay ahead of the technology curve, and this is one of the areas in [orthopedics] that’s really starting to gain some momentum. As this technology continues to grow, we want to ensure we’re at the forefront and able to drive innovation…within our manufacturing umbrella to lead the market in it.”

Paragon Builds $16M 3D Printing Center for Implants.

3D Printings live design strategy for an anticancer drug.

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A 3D Printings live design strategy with living nanofibers.3D Printings live design strategy with living nanofibers using a conventional 3D printer. This can be the 3D Printed live anticancer drug.

As mentioned by a team from Harvard University and Brigham and Women’s Hospital, Harvard Medical School, “has developed a type of living ink that can be used to print living materials. In their paper published in the journal Nature Communications, the group describes how they made their ink and possible uses for it.”

This 3D printer ink is alive.

A 3D ink made of living cells for creating living structures.