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PRIMES launches the ScanFieldMonitor 3D printing laser characterization device

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Laser beam specialist PRIMES has launched a new laser scanner characterization device for use with selective laser melting (SLM) 3D printers. The ScanFieldMonitor (SFM)...

This ergonomic keyboard looks like a medieval torture device and you...

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https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=oMhOIgrdeE0There are a lot of different keyboards out there. Some are lit with rolling waves of color, others have an abundance of extra...

This ergonomic keyboard looks like a medieval torture device and you...

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https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=oMhOIgrdeE0There are a lot of different keyboards out there. Some are lit with rolling waves of color, others have an abundance of extra...

Biological Device Can Compute by Printing Cells on Paper

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The Research Group on Synthetic Biology for Biomedical Applications at Pompeu Fabra University in Barcelona, Spain, has designed a cellular device capable of...

FDA Approves VA-Made 3D-Printed Hearing Device for South Carolina Veteran

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The Food and Drug Administration recently approved the Veterans Affairs Department’s request to prescribe an experimental, 3D-printed device developed in-house to a 76-year-old...

Osseus Fusion Systems develops curved additively manufactured titanium transforaminal interbody fusion...

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Osseus Fusion Systems, Dallas, Texas, USA, has announced the launch of AriesTM-TC, the company’s additively manufactured transforaminal curved interbody fusion device for patients...

Worldwide Photo Printing and Merchandise Industry to 2026 – by Product...

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Orthopaedic device developer announces availability of new hip system – Med-Tech...

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MicroPort Orthopedics, a developer of orthopaedic devices and technologies, has announced the availability of...

3D-Printed Device Converts Air into Water for US Military

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A team led by GE Research received a multi-million dollar contract to develop 3D printed devices that collect moisture from the atmosphere...