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3D Printing Trade Association Discusses Seven 3D Printing Healthcare Applications

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The medical uses are extremely practical and overtime could really solve ongoing health issues once it’s figured out how to accurately apply them to people. 7 3D Printing Medical Applications: Embryonic Stem Cells: These cells have already been successfully printed

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3D Printed Insoles – An Interview With Sols COO

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http://3dprintingpodcast.com/3d-printing-lets-you-be-an-insole-maker/ No more foot pain and a business opportunity as well. 3D Printed Insoles is something you can buy, and you can also make! Click the link above for the 3D Printing Update on Sols

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UFP Emissions from 3D Printers Can Be Harmful

Turns out 3D printers emit UFP (ultrafine particles) that can be harmful to lungs if in poorly ventilated areas. The emission rates measured during the printing of small plastic figures were similar to cooking on a gas or electric stove,

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