iLab Haiti Relief Project 3D-Prints Direly Needed Medical Supplies On Demand

December 24, 2013 by  
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3D printing is great for homes because it can let you print just about any plastic object you crave. But in Haiti, which is still recovering from a devastating earthquake , the technology has a more urgent application: 3D-printing medical supplies on demand . Vital community resources in Haiti are still very often in low quantities or missing altogether, but the new iLab Haiti project aims to use 3D-printing to solve some of the country’s immediate medical needs. Read the rest of iLab Haiti Relief Project 3D-Prints Direly Needed Medical Supplies On Demand Permalink | Add to del.icio.us | digg Post tags: 3d print , 3D printed humanity mission , 3D printed medical supplies , 3D printing , 3d printing relief project , advanced fabrication , Ashley Dara , Filabot , good will , green technology , Haiti Communitere , haiti earthquake , Haiti Earthquake relief , helping people , Humanity Projects , iLab Haiti , iLab Haiti 3D printed medical tools , KIDMob , makerbot , Makerbot Replicator , plastic , plastic printing , vital resources        

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iLab Haiti Relief Project 3D-Prints Direly Needed Medical Supplies On Demand

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