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3D prosthesis pioneer a man of many parts

  Tue, 11 Apr 2017
Paul d'Urso admits this, but not many of his peers unwind like he does: running medical technology company Anatomics, which has developed state-of-the-art, patient-specific implants and prostheses, as well as software that facilitates their design and 3D-printing.D'Urso estimates that he works 50 hours a week as a neurosurgeon and 50 hours a week running Anatomics, six days a week."I believe in what I'm doing. I've always thought that it's part of my job as a doctor to make things better for my patients," he says.

ULIO 3D printer is almost entirely 3D printed

  Mon, 8 Aug 2016
Aimed squarely at the education space, ULIO (due to launch on Indigogo 9th August 2016). By maximizing the amount of 3D printed parts, they aim to optimize the appeal of 3D printing itself. "At ULIO 3D we love helping passionate teachers get involved in 3D printing and achieve amazing things. We would like to share our passion by helping you 3D print colorful, upgradeable, affordable and easy to assemble 3D printers for your students," the ULIO team said.