Personalized medicine is an emerging approach to healthcare that uses an individual's unique physical body and genetic profile to guide decisions made regarding the prevention, diagnosis, and treatment of disease. This approach is based on the understanding that each person's genes, environment, and lifestyle can influence their risk of developing a disease and their response to treatment.
The new API STD 20T is a new set of standards set forth by the American Petroleum Institute that specifies requirements for the qualification of additively manufactured polymer-based components for use in the petroleum and natural gas industries.
The world of dental prosthetics is on the cusp of a significant transformation, all thanks to Stratasys, a global leader in polymer 3D printing solutions. Stratasys recently unveiled an innovative product set to redefine the way dental laboratories approach the fabrication of dentures: TrueDent™. This groundbreaking 3D printed denture technology is primed to address the increasing challenges faced by dental laboratories in catering to the growing prosthetic needs of edentulous patients.
It started as a joke on a Friday afternoon - the week before Halloween. “Somebody should print a Halloween mask of their face!” I hopped online, and after a bit of searching, acquired a rather sophisticated little 3D scanning iPhone app called Poly-cam. I scanned my face by waving my phone around my head for about a minute. The scan data was then uploaded by the application to a cloud server for processing. In the time it took to brew a cup of coffee, I was able to export the data as an .obj file. I uploaded the file to Google Drive and then downloaded the file to my PC.
While Stratasys PolyJet technology can create extremely realistic, multi-material anatomical models and functional parts for the dental industry, presently, there are few defined solutions for segmenting the teeth from the gums of a typical stone model or processed intraoral scan. This segmentation is a prerequisite for applying a different color/material to each element individually.
The new Stratasys J35 Pro PolyJet 3D printer was introduced to the world earlier this year, and it is quickly becoming one of the most talked about professional-grade, multi-material 3D printers today. One hot topic of discussion surrounds material options, specifically what materials the system can run and how can they be mixed and matched to provide different results. This article will attempt to bring the J35 Pro material configurations into clearer focus.
VeroUltra White and VeroUltra Black are the newest formulations of Vero opaque photopolymer resins compatible with Stratasys J-Series PolyJet 3D printers. In this article, we explore these new material developments and discover how they make Stratasys' best-in-class, highly professional, full-color models...even better.
On April 28th, 2021, Additive Manufacturing industry pioneer, Stratasys, unveiled three exciting new 3D Printers focused on manufacturing and production applications. These three new systems move 3D printing far beyond its traditional roles in prototyping and development into the realm of high-quality, higher-volume, und-use part production.
Stratasys recently released a new ABS-CF10 Carbon Fiber Composite 3D printing material for their F123 Series FDM (Fused Deposition Modeling) 3D printers. The F123 Series has made advanced prototyping capabilities easily accessible to engineers, designers, notable for its ease of use, consistency, repeatability, and producing high-quality parts.