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Lattice Orthopaedic Plates
Lattice orthopaedic plates allow users and manufacturers to manipulate the young's modulus of the plate by adjusting the lattice structure, while maintaining sufficient strength of the plates. The design can be altered by the user by removing unnecessary holes and placing the holes at optimized fixation locations.
Saving Great Pied Hornbill
The casque (horn) of the Great Pied Hornbill is infected by a type of cancer disease. Caretakers from the Jurong Bird Park have contacted AM.NUS to help this near- threatened species to restore its casque using 3D-printed prosthesis.
3D-Printed Bird's Shoes
3D-printed bird’s shoes protect the eagle from getting bruises and other wounds on their feet.
Dynamic Traction Splint for PIPJ-DFD
Proximal interphalangeal joint fracture and dislocation (PIPJ-DFD) is a common type of fractures associated with fingers. The dynamic traction splint provides a treatment to avoid complications such as permanent loss of joint function and chronic pain that can potentially arise.
3D-Printed Heart Model
3D printed heart models help clinicians visualize complex anatomy for preoperative planning, procedural simulation, intraoperative reference, patient education and medical education.
3D-Printed Dental Simulator for Education
3D printed simulators for wisdom tooth extraction are used in the Oral Surgery curriculum before the students start their clinics. The case models can be printed for surgery planning and practising before operating on live patient.