Aurora Labs teams up with university & hospital to produce 3D-printed titanium implants: 3 notes

Written by Shayna Korol | February 28, 2019 | Print  |

Aurora Labs is collaborating with the University of Western Australia in Perth and Royal Perth Hospital to develop 3D-printed titanium implants.

Three things to know:

1. The project aims to develop designs, specifications and parameters for 3D printing medical implants using Aurora's S-Titanium Pro Small Format Printer.

2. All parties will apply to the Australian Trade and Investment Commission for an innovation grant of approximately $18,447 for the project

3. Aurora Labs is an Australian-based company focused on developing 3D metal printers, printer software and the supply of associated materials.

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