Print My Part 3D Printing used for Medical Study

Cambridge based 3D printing service, Print My Part have been working with Ramiro M. Joly-Mascheroni, a PHD student within the Cognitive Neuroscience Research Unit at City University, London, to produce a range of visual development stimuli. These stimuli are being used to carry out medical studies alongside doctors in European hospitals into the sight of prematurely born babies, and consequently the rehabilitation of an underdeveloped visual system. Ramiro said that, according to the World Health Organisation, an estimated 15 million babies are born prematurely every year. Of these, one in 20 is likely to be born blind or with severe loss of vision, a rise of 22% in the past decade. In neona

LEARN ABOUT 4D PRINTING - The Future of Additive Manufacturing

At Print My Part, we are always interested in the latest technological advancements in the world of design, and more specifically advancements in the 3D printing industry. This knowledge helps us adapt to offer the latest technologies and machinery to our customers. One 'buzzword' which we are hearing of more and more is '4D printing'. So we have put together a guide summarising everything you need to know about 4D printing, in an easy to understand infographic. The infographic covers the following topics: What exactly is 4D printing? How does 4D printing work? Who came up with the idea? Real life progress 4D printing examples The future of 4D printing Feel free to use, share and repost this

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