The core business of the 3D Printing Lab is to use cutting-edge Additive Manufacturing (AM) technologies jointly with Design for Additive Manufacturing (DfAM), mechanical simulations, and reverse engineering to replace common production technologies for biomedical and tissue engineering applications.
The laboratory offers various 3D printers to prototype and produce customized orthoses, to carry out experimental research, and at the same time teaching through research projects in which researchers, engineers, and students are involved. In particular, the multidisciplinary research staff of 3D Printing Lab, in close synergy with the clinicians of the NeMO Clinical Centers, aims to design, prototype, and fabricate customizable orthoses, aids, and scaffolding to promote musculoskeletal functions through advanced AM technologies for neuromuscular patients.
Furthermore, a cornerstone of the laboratory is a continuous contamination, which occurs both through collaborations with universities, research centers, and companies.
FFF 3D printers with the following Key features are used:
The 3D printing Lab has developed a simple solution for manufacturing custom-made 3D printed orthoses.
The main features are: lightweight, breathable, washable, minimally invasive, and shape memory.
The research activity at the 3D Printing Lab is divided into the following categories:
Internships and degree thesis are offered in the laboratory, in collaboration with the Politecnico di Milano – Department of Mechanical Engineering.
To schedule a consultation, collaboration, or just learn more about 3D printing options, please contact the lab at firstname.lastname@example.org
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