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3-D printing making mark on NEO healthcare
3-D printing making mark on NEO healthcare
As 3-D printing advances, with lower costs and more material options, the technology is becoming an increasingly attractive tool for Northeast Ohio's healthcare industry. The region has companies working in various applications of 3-D printing in healt...
Small company has big plans for making metal parts in space
Small company has big plans for making metal parts in space
Sending metal parts up to orbiting satellites and rockets is a slow and expensive process. So why not put the factory in orbit too?
DARPA grants rocket crafters research grant for 3-D printed rocket fuel engine
DARPA grants rocket crafters research grant for 3-D printed rocket fuel engine
Florida-based space company Rocket Crafters Inc (RCI) has been granted a $542,600 research contract by DARPA to develop its 3D printed rocket fuel engine. With the eight month-long agreement, Rocket Crafters will be enlisted to design, build, and test ...
This doctor put a 3-D printed skull bone into a man's head. It could mark a new era.
This doctor put a 3-D printed skull bone into a man's head. It could mark a new era.
Only a decade ago, the idea of printing parts of the human body through 3-D printing was still in the realm of science fiction, according to Dr. Gaurav Gupta, assistant professor of neurosurgery at Rutgers Robert Wood Johnson Medical School. But on Mar...