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3D Printing and Medical Electronics: A Disruptive Beneficial Technology

3D Printing and Medical Electronics: A Disruptive Beneficial Technology

Written by David

December 12, 2018

It seems that every few months, we hear about new advances in disruptive technologies. As these technologies become accepted to a greater degree, there are additional areas to research. One of the areas we have been following is additive/semi-additive 3D manufacturing with PCB fabrication as the main focus. However, another innovative area is 3D-printed manufactured devices, replacement body parts, and medications in the medical industry. We are seeing significant advances and increased uses for 3D manufacturing in medicine—many more than 3D-printed and conductive circuits on device structural components (e.g., conductors printed on a device wall or structural angle, etc.). There is enough movement in this area that 3D additive fabrication in medicine—including but not limited to 3D-printed circuits—has become its own topic, and one that we will be watching and continuing to cover. Overview First, let’s take a look at the present status of this segment to set a […]

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