Tuesday, October 16, 2018 - 10:09

D3Health - the UMMS Center for Data Driven Discovery and Healthcare - has been working on a variety of UMass projects that incorporate 3D printing, one of the many tools used for their engineering and prototyping solutions. The 3D-printed items on display in the Library through November 30 include a custom wrist brace; models of an aneurysm, trachea, skull, and knee; and multiple stages of the printing process for an ICU communication device.3D printer

Want to see a 3D printer in action? Email Clay Mangiameli: Clay.Mangiameli@umassmed.edu

Questions about the exhibit? Email Miri Goldberg: Miri.Goldberg@umassmed.edu

Co-sponsored by D3Health and the CEOD Disability Subcommittee.