Category Archives: Case Western Reserve University

3D-gedruckte Lunge zur Behandlung von COPD

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Der biomedizinische Ingenieur Dr. Joseph Potkay arbeitet an der Entwicklung einer 3D-gedruckten, künstlichen Lunge zur leichteren Behandlung von chronisch-obstruktiver Lungenerkrankung (COPD). Vorwiegend soll diese künstliche Lunge den CO2-Gehalt regulieren. Derzeit zählt die chronisch-obstruktive Lungenerkrankung (COPD) zu einer der häufigsten und auch teuersten Krankheiten unter US-Veteranen. Knapp 16% aller US-Veteranen sind von dieser Krankheit betroffen. Neben [...]

Der Beitrag 3D-gedruckte Lunge zur Behandlung von COPD erschien zuerst auf 3Druck.com – Das Magazin für 3D-Drucktechnologien.

3D printing news Sliced WAAM, Siemens, KIT, Europac 3D

Sliced is 3D Printing Industry’s digest of all the latest additive manufacturing news features from around the world. Today’s edition includes award winners, business deals and cutting-edge research developments from both well-known and upcoming institutions and companies. Metal additive goes big in WAAM and ASME awards Committed to pushing methods of metal 3D printing beyond their […]

Case Western origami TWISTER mechanism reaches new 3D printing possibilities

The intelligent design of origami models continues to inspire new developments in 3D printing. At Case Western Reserve University (CWRU) in Cleveland, Ohio, a team of researchers led by assistant professor Kiju Lee have created the TWIsted TowEr Robot (TWISTER) mechanism. Based on the twisted tower originally designed by Mihoko Tachibana, the mechanism is inspiring the creation […]

Silicone backbone is secret ingredient to tuneable SLA 3D printer material

Searching for a new, flexible, photo-reactive material for 3D printing, researchers at Case Western Reserve University (CWRU), Ohio, and Mapúa Institute of Technology in the Philippines, have released a study …

3D bio-printing advances as CWRU improves PLA ‘scaffolding’ used in medicine by adding graphene

New 3D bio-printing research shows that combining materials could be the secret to 3D printing bones and organs. A paper from Case Western Reserve University …