Medical Case Study: CTI Renato Archer. “We needed highly accurate, multi-material 3D printers; the Fortus adapts well to industrial applications and the Connex is useful in medical applications.” — Jorge Vicente Lopes da Silva, head of the 3D technologies division in Renato Archer’s Information Technology Center Skull reconstruction Renato Archer used its Fortus 3D Production System for its durable materials.
Connex technology helps Renato Archer develop medical prototypes that require flexibility with its range of rubber-like materials. Renato Archer’s Information Technology Center also serves hundreds of area hospitals with its 3D printing capabilities. Innovation and scientific rigor drive Renato Archer researchers’ every step.
CTI has used Stratasys 3D Printers since 2005. Prototyping a New Skull One such medical application was to help a 12-year-old boy who lost part of his cranium in an accident and needed reconstructive surgery on his head. Supporting Hospitals. ROWIAK GmbH - Photons at Work: MyFemto. The surgeon’s skills, his experience and his creativity must be supported by equipment which is designed to meet his induvidual needs.
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Wyss Institute. Guiren wang. Continuous liquid interface production of 3D objects. Additive manufacturing processes such as 3D printing use time-consuming, stepwise layer-by-layer approaches to object fabrication.
We demonstrate the continuous generation of monolithic polymeric parts up to tens of centimeters in size with feature resolution below 100 micrometers. Continuous liquid interface production is achieved with an oxygen-permeable window below the ultraviolet image projection plane, which creates a “dead zone” (persistent liquid interface) where photopolymerization is inhibited between the window and the polymerizing part. We delineate critical control parameters and show that complex solid parts can be drawn out of the resin at rates of hundreds of millimeters per hour. These print speeds allow parts to be produced in minutes instead of hours. Although three-dimensional (3D) printing is now possible using relatively small and low-cost machines, it is still a fairly slow process. Science, this issue p. 1349. Chromaticity. Quantitative description In color science, the white point of an illuminant or of a display is a neutral reference characterized by a chromaticity; all other chromaticities may be defined in relation to this reference using polar coordinates.
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Here are three things to keep in mind to avoid the common pitfalls. An object’s hash code allows algorithms and data structures to put objects into compartments, just like letter types in a printer’s type case. The printer puts all “A” types into the compartment for “A”, and he looks for an “A” only in this one compartment. This simple system lets him find types much faster than searching in an unsorted drawer. That’s also the idea of hash-based collections, such as HashMap and HashSet. Source: Wikimedia Commons In order to make your class work properly with hash-based collections and other algorithms that rely on hash codes, all hashCode implementations must stick to a simple contract.
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Laser Zentrum Hannover e.V. Biofabrication Group Work of the group focuses on: Laser-based generation of structures (scaffolds) from biocompatible materials for tissue engineering using two-photon-polymerization Replication of these structures from biological materials via molding “Printing” of living cells in specific patterns for investigations on cell-cell and cell-environment interaction Three-dimensional cell “printing” to generate biological tissue Current scientific work and projects:
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