17 August 2017 15:06
The medical sector is one of the most vibrant areas for additive manufacturing at the moment, with the technology establishing itself as an invaluable tool, both for education and on the hospital floor. Perhaps the most exciting time during any period of intensive innovation is when a relatively untested technology or technique is successfully put into practice. This might be to complete an ambitious project that showcases the concept’s possibilities, to make a tangible difference in someone’s life, or (best of all) both. The latter was definitely the case in ...