3D printing technology assists artificial joint replacement surgery to relieve patients’ pain for more than 20 years

Source: Chinanews.com Recently, the Hospital of Integrated Traditional Chinese and Western Medicine of Southern Medical University used 3D printing technology to assist a patient with left traumatic femoral head necrosis to successfully perform left total hip arthroplasty, relieving the patient’s pain for more than 20 years and helping him to return to normal walking.Twenty-six years…

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Suzhou’s first “3D printed” garbage house has been unveiled in Weiting

Source: Jiangsu, China In order to further promote the work of garbage classification and improve residents’ enthusiasm for garbage classification, suzhou’s first personalized “3D printing” garbage room was recently unveiled in Qingjianhu community, Weiting Street, Suzhou Industrial Park. 3D printing technology can transform the noisy, dusty landscape of construction sites with just one drawing, one…

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3D printed hydroxyapatite/tricalcium phosphate scaffold for bone regeneration with layered porous structure

Source: EngineeringForLife Three-dimensional (3D) printed scaffolds have received considerable attention in recent years because they provide the right environment for the regeneration of bone cell tissue and can be customized to shape.Among many challenges, the material composition and geometry have a significant impact on the performance of the scaffold.Hydroxyapatite and tricalcium phosphate (HA/TCP), as the…

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The 3D-printed cardiac muscle pump works normally

Source: Science and Technology Daily Researchers at the University of Minnesota report in the current issue of Circulation research that they have 3D printed a functioning centimeter scale human heart muscle pump in the laboratory using human cells.The researchers say the system is important for heart disease research and their work is a key step…

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Bio-printing is derived from the human cortical neural architecture of induced pluripotent stem cells

Contributor: Wang Sen, Wang Ling Bio-printing USES biocompatible and rheologically appropriate biomaterials and synthetic materials, and adds cell-based bio-inks to construct micro-scale resolution 3D structures in a controlled manner.The multicellular nature of neural tissue is a challenge for bio-printing preparation, and the differentiation of multiple cell types using induced pluripotent stem cells (iPSCs) provides an…

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Successful fusion reactor, what does 3D printing come up with(B)

Bold innovation 3D printing solves the core problem In order to solve the above problems, In 2018, Professor Chen Zhangwei and Lao Changshi of Additive Manufacturing Institute of Shenzhen University and Southwest Institute of Physics of China National Nuclear Corporation proposed a new way to develop a tritium producing unit with a new structure by…

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Successful fusion reactor, what does 3D printing come up with(A)

Source: Science and Technology Daily In recent years, human beings have become increasingly dependent on energy.However, non-renewable resources such as coal, oil and natural gas are not inexhaustible.Is it possible to solve mankind’s energy shortage once and for all?As nuclear technology matures, controlled nuclear fusion reactors, known as “artificial sun” and “ultimate energy for mankind”,…

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