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Author: Fran Dendooven

In the domain of medical instruments, 3D printing is still in its infancy, although a few useful tools have already been developed. Examples include 3D printed steerable surgical forcipes suited for minimally-invasive bipolar electrosurgery at difficult-to-reach places in the human body (the DragonFlex, developed at...

Following the 3rd 3DMed constortium meeting at University of Oxford on 11 October 2019, the 4th consortium meeting was held online on 24 September 2020. It turned out to be a great success, as it served the primary purpose of the meeting, i.e., to report...