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It’s time to take a cold, hard look at an important question that's bouncing around the Internet. Is your 3D printer going to kill you with toxic fumes?
Zimpure is a special air purifier for desktop 3D printers, currently on Kickstarter. We take a look at the science behind the health claims.
Is your 3D printer slowly killing you? DIY3DTech.com did an air quality study for 3D printers to find out. After publishing a bunch of episodes of YouTube, Joseph Campbell has now has the results.
3D bioprinting organs, most of all hearts, is becoming useful for researchers and medical professionals all over the world. Although not quite yet a reality, the field is very promising. In this article, we'll cover some of the most promising 3D printed heart projects of 2018.
Footwear Engineer Chris Bellamy is going to run the Boston Marathon in 3D Printed Sandals. Naturally, his employers at custom footwear maker Wiivv are only too happy to support him.
A 3D printed heart that was a precise replica of Mia Gonzalez’s own heart let surgeons prepare to operate before the first incision was made.
In a pioneering operation, surgeons use 3D scanning and 3D printing to verify that a father's kidney would fit in his young son's abdomen before a live-saving kidney transplant.
A combination of two different PDMS polymers allows for 3D printing of complex geometries with better mechanical characteristics and better biological adhesion, according to new research from Penn State University.
Made by design studio Get Models Now using ZMorph Multitool 3D Printers, the Age Simulator is suit that replicates the physical sensation of being 75 years old. Wearing one will help designers to better understand the needs of the elderly.
The FieldLab is solar-powered and compact, making it suitable for conflict-ridden and remote areas requiring medical assistance.
A maker of oral hygiene products and shower heads, Water Pik, relies on LulzBot 3D Printers to deliver quality products with proven results.
In her spare time, enterprising 16-year-old Kavya Kopparupu has made a cheap and effective 3D printed system to diagnose diabetic retinopathy.
Survivors of landmine blasts may soon benefit from 3D printed synthetic bone thanks to a £2.8m research grant at the University of Glasgow.
Using a 3D printed kidney, a urologist discovers that riding a "moderate intensity" roller coaster helps patients pass painful kidney stones.
Concerned about harmful emissions from 3D printing? Rachel Spieczny interviews Dr. Brent Stephens, author of the paper whose findings startled the industry.