Bone-like porous infill in 3D printed parts

Press/Media: Public Engagement Activities

Period15 Feb 2017 → 1 Nov 2017

Media coverage

6

Media coverage

  • TitleResearchers Take Patient Heat Sensitivity Into Account When Developing 3D Printable Orthopedic Cast
    Media name/outlet3dprint,com
    Media typeWeb
    Date1/11/17
    Producer/AuthorSarah Saunders
    URLhttps://3dprint.com/192877/3d-printed-cast-thermal-comfort/
    PersonsJ. Wu
  • TitleResearchers develop 3D printed orthopaedic casts with improved thermal comfort
    Media name/outlet3ders.org
    Media typeWeb
    Date1/11/17
    DescriptionIt wouldn’t be overstating the case to say that orthopaedics is a field that has been completely revolutionized by the implementation of 3D technology. The use of 3D scanning to produce an incredibly accurate virtual image of a patient’s body which is then transformed into a highly personalized 3D printed orthopaedic device is making medical professionals’ work much easier and more efficient, as well as contributing significantly to patients’ wellbeing. The latest breakthrough in this field is the development of casts with improved skin comfort, and it has been carried out by a team of researchers from TU Delft and Boston University.
    Producer/AuthorDavid
    URLwww.3ders.org/articles/20171101-researchers-develop-3d-printed-orthopaedic-casts-with-improved-thermal-comfort.html
    PersonsJ. Wu
  • TitleResearchers Improve Upon Trabecular Bone-Inspired 3D Printing Infill with New Algorithm
    Media name/outlet3dprint.com
    Media typeWeb
    Date28/08/17
    Producer/AuthorSarah Saunders
    URLhttps://3dprint.com/185693/bone-3d-printing-infill-update/
    PersonsJ. Wu
  • TitleNew method for 'bone-like' shell & infill optimization results in stronger 3D printed parts
    Media name/outlet3ders.org
    Media typeWeb
    Date28/08/17
    DescriptionResearchers from the Technical University of Delft and the Technical University of Denmark have developed a new way to create bone-like porous infill in 3D printed parts. The technique can be achieved on several kinds of 3D printer.
    Producer/AuthorBenedict
    URLwww.3ders.org/articles/20170828-new-method-for-bone-like-shell-infill-optimization-results-in-stronger-3d-printed-parts.html
    PersonsJ. Wu
  • TitleResearchers optimize 3D print infill structures by mimicking natural bone tissue
    Media name/outlet3ders.org
    Media typeWeb
    Date17/02/17
    DescriptionInfill optimization in 3D printing is something that is constantly being tinkered with by designers, mathematicians and researchers around the world. The reason is ultimately to find ways to produce more with less. In fact, the majority of 3D print processes allow for some sort of optimization of internal density when it comes to producing a 3D printed part
    Producer/AuthorAndre
    URLwww.3ders.org/articles/20170217-researchers-optimize-3d-print-infill-structures-by-mimicking-natural-bone-tissue.html
    PersonsJ. Wu
  • TitleResearchers Optimize Robust, Lightweight, Bone-Inspired 3D Printing Infill
    Media name/outlet3dprint.com
    Media typeWeb
    Date15/02/17
    Producer/AuthorClare Scott
    URLhttps://3dprint.com/165006/3d-printed-bone-infill/
    PersonsJ. Wu