miércoles, 3 de junio de 2015

King's College Hospital Selects Stratasys

Medical students and doctors are being trained to use 3D printing, especially when it comes to treating major injuries affecting the head, mouth, jaw, face and neck. "In the past, they did not have this technology, so they had to [treat patients] manually. But nowadays, if I didn't have 3D printer technology, I wouldn't be able to do my work," Dr. Muhanad Hatamleh, a senior clinical maxillofacial prosthetist at King's College Hospital, told IBTimes UK at the 3D Printshow 2015 in London. The hospital is making use of a Stratasys Objet Eden260VS printer that features a print resolution of 16-micron layers. This is not only the same thickness as a human hair but also the thinnest layer accuracy in the industry today. (Read more...)

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