3D-Printed Smart Sensor Bandages

Professor Steve Morgan and his team at the University of Nottingham are working on a smart sensor bandage to improve healthcare. Equipped with sensors, the wound dressing is able to monitor the patients’ health status and transmit it directly to the patient and the doctors. 

drupa blog article about humanitarian aid

Humanitarian Aid through 3D Printing

Eric James and his team from Field Ready use modern 3D printing technology for their humanitarian aid work all around the globe. By printing required items and objects right in the disaster areas, they want to create a more efficient, cheaper and sustainable way of helping.