Content tagged with Medical
posted in March 2014
Slideshow: More Seismic Shifts in 3D Printing Materials
Engineering Materials 3/27/2014
This is the fourth blog in an occasional series on 3D printing and additive manufacturing. This time, we'll tell you about architects 3D printing with ice and marble, some firsts in 3D printing titanium, and a university R&D team with a faster way to print multimaterial objects.
3D-Printed Smart Membrane Detects Heart Problems
A research team in the lab of Igor Efimov at Washington University in St. Louis has developed a prototype for a stretchy, custom-fitted, implantable membrane that can give doctors feedback about irregularities occurring inside someone's heart.
Carbon & Fiberglass Composite Compound Is Cheaper
Engineering Materials 3/5/2014
A new compression molding compound material combines the light weight, strength, and rigidity of carbon fibers with the flexibility and lower cost of glass materials in a composite compatible with automotive production.