Kuwaiti authorities close 3D printed figurine shop for selling 'cult idols'

Sep.20, 2018 - A 3D printing shop in Kuwait has reportedly been shut down by authorities this week after being accused of selling 'cult idols.' More

3D printed tracheal splints restore the breathing of a 7-month-old baby

Sep.20, 2018 - Children's Healthcare of Atlanta used three 3D printed custom-made splints to assist the breathing of a 7-month-old patient battling life-threatening airway obstruction. More

MoSculp: MIT CSAIL uses AI to create 3D printed 'motion sculptures' from 2D videos

Sep.19, 2018 - Researchers at the Massachusetts Institute of Technology's Computer Science and Artificial Intelligence Lab, Google Research, and the University of California Berkley, have come up with an artificially intelligent (AI) system called MoSculp to create 3D printed 'motion sculptures' from 2D videos. More

Two Plymouth students create 3D printed PINK prosthetic breasts to help cancer survivors

Sep.19, 2018 - Rosie Brave and Sam Jackman, two design students at the University of Plymouth, have created 3D printed pink prosthetic breasts which is set to change the lives of cancer survivors. More

ETH Zurich prints tough, lightweight structures using FDM 3D printers and liquid-crystal-polymers

Sep.18, 2018 - Researchers from the Complex Materials and Soft Materials team at ETH Zurich have developed a bioinspired approach to 3D print lightweight structures using cheap desktop FDM printers and liquid-crystal-polymers. For the first time, they were able to print objects from a single recyclable material with mechanical properties that surpass all other available printable polymers and can compete even with fibre-reinforced composites. More

LLNL uses machine learning to prevent defects in metal 3D printed parts in real time

Sep.18, 2018 - Engineers and scientists at Lawrence Livermore National Laboratory (LLNL), California, have developed convolutional neural networks (CNNs), a popular type of algorithm primarily used to process images and videos, to predict flaws in 3D printed parts and detect within milliseconds whether a build will be of satisfactory quality. More

AMT launches PostPro3D automated surface smoothing machine for 3D printed parts

Sep.17, 2018 - UK-based Additive Manufacturing Technologies (AMT) announced today the launch of their patented PostPro3D machine which automatically smooths 3D printed elastomeric and nylon parts. More

Hailey Dawson, 8-year-old with 3D printed hand throws 1st pitch at all 30 MLB parks

Sep.17, 2018 - Hailey Dawson, a young girl with a 3D printed prosthetic arm threw out the first pitch at Angels Stadium on Sunday. She completed what her family is calling her Journey to 30, and with that, she became the first person to throw out the first pitch at all 30 Major League ballparks. More

Johnson & Johnson acquires 3D printed spinal implant maker Emerging Implant Technologies

Sep.17, 2018 - Johnson & Johnson Medical has acquired German 3D-printed spinal implants maker Emerging Implant Technologies (EIT) for an undisclosed amount. More

LEGO and Stanley Black & Decker back Evolve Additive Solutions with $19M funding

Sep.17, 2018 - Stratasys Spinoff Evolve Additive Solutions today announced the completion of an equity investment of $19M led by the LEGO Brand Group with participation from Stanley Black and Decker Investments and a third undisclosed investor. More

Lockheed Martin teams With Deakin University to exploit FORTIS Exoskeleton

Sep.17, 2018 - Lockheed Martin Australia and Deakin University's Institute for Intelligent Systems Research and Innovation (IISRI) have partnered on a 12-month development program to extended the capability of Lockheed Martin's FORTIS Exoskeleton. More

Awesome 3D printed Millennium Falcon took 10 days to complete

Sep.15, 2018 - 3D Printing enthusiast Steve Ouklama created an amazing 3D printed Millennium Falcon on a self-built large-format printer. More

WASP releases modular Crane WASP infinity 3D printer for construction

Sep.14, 2018 - For the past two years, the company has been working on the development of a new construction system, the Crane WASP ''the infinity 3D printer', which will be presented on 6th and 7th October in Massa Lombarda. More

Zortrax enters resin 3D printing market with Zortrax Inkspire 3D printer

Sep.14, 2018 - Polish 3D printer manufacturer Zortrax has released the Zortrax Inkspire, the company's first desktop DLP 3D printer which marks the company's entrance into the the resin 3D printing market. More

Moritz Simon Geist 3D prints sonic robots to play electrifying techno music

Sep.13, 2018 - Media artist and robotic engineer, Moritz Simon Geist, will soon release the world's first techno album played entirely by self-made robots. The album is produced by Mouse On Mars' Andi Thoma and scheduled for release next month. More

New SCRIM 3D concrete printing uses mesh to produce lightweight structures

Sep.13, 2018 - Researchers at the Centre for Information Technology and Architecture (CITA) of the Royal Danish Academy of Fine Arts and at the Danish Technological Institute have developed a new hybrid construction concept called "Sparse Concrete Reinforcement In Meshworks" (SCRIM) that intersects robot-based 3D Concrete Printing and textile reinforcement meshes to produce lightweight elements. More

Volkswagen plan to use 3D metal printing for mass production

Sep.12, 2018 - Volkswagen is the first automotive manufacturer using the latest 3D printing technology: the 'HP Metal Jet' process simplifies and speeds up metallic 3D printing. The world's largest carmaker unveiled plans Tuesday to start using 3D printing to mass produce car parts, including gear knobs and custom tailgate lettering. More

uDiamond: VTT and Carbodeon speed up 3D printing with nanodiamonds

Sep.12, 2018 - VTT and Helsinki-based Carbodeon Ltd Oy have developed a plastic filament called uDiamond' suitable for consumer and industrial use, enabling faster 3D printing and improving the mechanical durability of the printouts. More

Carbon introduces medical-grade MPU 100 resin, teams with Fast Radius to redesign Steelcase SILQ Office Chair with 3D printing

Sep.11, 2018 - Carbon announced the launch of its first medical-grade material: Medical Polyurethane 100 (MPU 100). It has also teamed up with Fast Radius to 'reimagine the design of Steelcase's award-winning SILQ office chair. More

IKEA is using 3D printing to design ergonomic chair, the Ubik, for gamers

Sep.11, 2018 - Swedish furniture chain IKEA recently announced that it is partnering with e-sports group Area Academy and US 3D printed prosthetics startup UNYQ to bring customizable chairs to gamers. They are using advanced body-scanning technology made for medical wearables and 3D printing technology to make customized 3D ergonomic and adjustable seats. More

Team Penske is using carbon fiber 3D printers for race car parts

Sep.11, 2018 - Team Penske is expanding use of additive manufacturing across design and production environments to gain competitive edge in the NASCAR, INDYCAR and IMSA circuits. Additive manufacturing is used to advance car testing, prototypes and production parts, supported by advanced materials such as Carbon Fiber-filled Nylon 12. More

HP launches Metal Jet 3D printer, 50x more productive than other binder jetting systems

Sep.10, 2018 - HP launched today its HP Metal Jet 3D printing technology for the high volume manufacturing of production-grade metal parts at the 2018 International Manufacturing Technology Show (IMTS). According to HP, Metal Jet is a "voxel-level binder jetting technology" that's up to 50 times more productive than current 3D printing systems. More

SHINING 3D launches new Wireless FreeScan X5+ and X7+ handheld 3D scanners

Sep.10, 2018 - SHINING 3D has announced the introduction of its new Wireless FreeScan X5+ and X7+ metrology 3D scanners at IMTS 2018 exhibition. More

SwRI, UTSA researchers develop 3D printed biodegradable implant for cancer treatment

Sep.10, 2018 - Researchers at the Southwest Research Institute (SwRI) and The University of Texas at San Antonio (UTSA) are developing a 3D printed minimally invasive medicinal implant that could deliver a controlled, personalized dose of medicine over several weeks for the treatment of infections as well as ailments such as arthritis, cancer and AIDS. More

Dutch railways (NS) to 3D print spare parts for trains

Sep.7, 2018 - Nederlandse Spoorwegen (NS, Dutch Railways) is taking advantage of 3D printing and will replace some broken train parts with 3D printed replacement parts. In fact, 20 3D printed spare parts are currently available and NS plans to produce more than 50 by the end of the year. More

3D printed impeller allows drone to operate for thousands of hours

Sep.7, 2018 - Southwest Research Institute (SwRI) engineers are developing a cooled, radial gas turbine for a small generator that provides thousands of hours of electricity to an unmanned aerial vehicle (UAV). This development can improve upon current UAV turbines that can only operate a few hundred hours before wearing out. More

3D printing finishing startup DyeMansion raises $5M in series A funding to go global

Sep.7, 2018 - Munich-based startup DyeMansion GmbH, already well-known in the 3D printing industry for their unique 'Print-to-Product' workflow, have now secured a $5 million series A funding round by Unternehmertum Venture Capital, btov Partners, and AM Ventures to expand their global business and extend their portfolio. More

Yale researchers develop an easy way to 3D print with metal

Sep.6, 2018 - Researchers from Yale University working with a company called Desktop Metals think they've found a way to make 3D printing metal objects easier than ever before. Researchers demonstrated a new approach to 3D printing to fuse metallic filaments made from metallic glass into metallic objects. More

Hierarchical 3D printing of nanoporous gold may revolutionize chemical reactor design

Sep.6, 2018 - Lawrence Livermore Nationwide Laboratory (LLNL) researchers, together with their counterparts at Harvard College report on the hierarchical 3D printing of nanoporous gold, which they believe could revolutionize the design of chemical reactors. More

Nearly 3,800 3D printers were left exposed to attacks, warns SANS

Sep.5, 2018 - Nearly 3,800 3D printers are being left open without any access control or authentication requirements, according to a blog post by Xavier Mertens and Richard Porter, two security researchers from the SANS Internet Storm Center (ISC). More

3D printed tool uses smartphone to detect disease-carrying mosquitoes, Wolbachia

Sep.5, 2018 - Researchers from the University of Texas at Austin developed a 3D printed diagnostic tool to easily identify disease-spreading Aedes aegypti mosquitoes and determine whether the bug has come into contact with a mosquito-control strategy known as Wolbachia. More

GKN Aerospace to 3D print rocket engine turbines for Ariane Prometheus engines

Sep.5, 2018 - ArianeGroup, the space-launchers joint-venture between Airbus and Safran and the team in charge of the Ariane 6 project, on Sept. 4 awarded a contract to its Swedish supplier GKN Aerospace for turbines of re-usable rocket engine demonstrator, part of Prometheus project.' More

Titomic & TAUV debut Australia's first metal 3D printed soldier-enabled drones

Sep.4, 2018 - Australian metal additive manufacturing company, Titomic, has announced its first defence agreement with TAUV, to produce a ruggedised soldier-enabled Unmanned Aerial Vehicles (UAVs) in Titanium using the Titomic Kinetic Fusion technology. More

Harvard researchers use soundwaves to assist 3D printing with viscous liquids

Sep.4, 2018 - Harvard researchers have developed a new 3D printing technique that uses sound waves to generate droplets from liquids with an unprecedented range of composition and viscosity. This technique could be used to synthesize biopharmaceuticals and cosmetics, as well as optical and conductive materials. More

Metamolds: Creating ideal 3D printed silicone molds faster and cheaper

Sep.3, 2018 - Scientists have developed a new method that automatically finds the best way of designing the molds but also delivers templates for so-called metamolds: Rigid molds that are 3D-printed and that are used to fabricate the optimized silicone molds. More

PwC creates digital skills program to train employees on 3D printing, drone, blockchain

Sep.3, 2018 - 'Big four' auditing firm PriceWaterhouseCoopers (PwC) is launching a new "digital skills" training programs aimed at improving the expertise of its employees on blockchain and other innovative technologies like 3D printing. More

Shining 3D, EXO-L want to scan your ankle & 3D print you custom ankle braces

Aug.31, 2018 - Shining 3D, a leading provider of 3D digitizing and 3D printing technology in China, has teamed up with EXO-L, a Dutch manufacturer of ankle support products, to deliver customized ankle protection braces worldwide. More

This $200, 3D printed PFIbox is a game-changer for antibiotics discovery

Aug.31, 2018 - The Printed Fluorescence Imaging Box (PFIbox) is a 3D printed box that is capable of collecting large amounts of data that is then analyzed by researchers. More

MIT researchers 3D print colloidal crystals through direct-write colloidal assembly

Aug.30, 2018 - Through this direct-write colloidal assembly process, a process combining the bottom‐up principle of colloidal self‐assembly with the versatility of direct‐write 3D printing, the researchers can build centimeter-scale, free-standing crystals, each made from billions of individual colloids. More

US Army Research Lab explore nanomaterials for futuristic armor using atom probe

Aug.30, 2018 - Material scientists from the U.S. Army Research Laboratory (ARL) are analyzing metal and ceramic specimens at the atomic level using state-of-the-art 3D imaging atom probe technology. More

U.S. Marines 3D print 500-square-foot concrete barrack in just 40 hours

Aug.30, 2018 - A team from the US Marine Corps' Systems Command (MCSC) and Naval Construction Battalion has used the world's largest concrete 3D printer to print a 500-square-foot barracks hut in just 40 hours. More

Studio 7.5 and XtreeE 3D print stunning woven concrete benches

Aug.29, 2018 - Berlin-based Studio 7.5 collaborated with France-based XtreeE to create a series of continuously 3D printed woven concrete benches. More

Researchers use a team of mobile robots to 3D print large-scale structures

Aug.29, 2018 - A team of researchers from the Nanyang Technological University in Singapore removed the size restrictions of a printer altogether by using robotic arms on mobile platforms to print directly on site. More

Scientists 3D print bionic eye prototype that could one day restore sight

Aug.29, 2018 - A team of researchers at the University of Minnesota have fully 3D printed an array of light receptors on a hemispherical surface which could pave the way for future bionic eyes. More

Bugatti's new €5M Divo Supercar features elegant 3D printed fin tail lights

Aug.28, 2018 - Bugatti Automobiles, a French high-performance luxury automobiles manufacturer and a subsidiary of Volkswagen AG, has unveiled its Divo hypercar. More

3D printed intelligent robotic fish helps underwater exploration

Aug.28, 2018 - A group of engineering researchers from the University of Firat in Turkey are using biomimetic design and 3D printing to construct an intelligent robotic fish for real-world exploration and survey missions. More

Researchers 3D bioprint tubular structures that mimic vessels and ducts

Aug.27, 2018 - Researchers at Brigham and Women's Hospital have developed a way to 3D bioprint tubular structures that better mimic native vessels and ducts in human body. The 3D bioprinting technique allows fine-tuning of the printed tissues' properties, such as number of layers and ability to transport nutrients. These more complex tissues offer potentially viable replacements for damaged tissue.' More

LLNL and Virginia Tech develop new process to 3D print graphene objects in far finer detail

Aug.24, 2018 - Researchers from the Virginia Tech College of Engineering and Lawrence Livermore National Laboratory have developed a novel process to 3D print graphene, one of the highest-performing materials used in aerospace, energy storage and insulation. More

Tattoo artist sentenced for carrying knuckle duster made on 3D printer

Aug.23, 2018 - A man has been given a suspended jail sentence in Wales after being caught with a knuckle duster made on a 3D printer. More

NYU researchers embed QR code 'clouds' into 3D printed parts to foil counterfeiters

Aug.23, 2018 - A team at NYU Tandon School of Engineering has found a way to prove the provenance of a part by embedding QR (Quick Response) codes into 3D printed products to do away with counterfeiting. More

Delicate robots made of 3D printed ink and paper can fold or flatten on command

Aug.23, 2018 - Researchers based at Carnegie Mellon University are back with a kind of paper robot made of conductive 3D printed material and paper that folds and unfolds itself when an electrical current is applied. More

Mosaic Manufacturing launches $499 Palette 2 for multi-color, multi-material 3D printing

Aug.22, 2018 - Mosaic Manufacturing, a 3D printing specialist based in Toronto, Canada, has today introduced Palette 2, a 3D printing device that enables multi-material printing in single-extruder FDM 3D printers. Palette 2 is an upgraded version of Palette+, Mosaic's flagship product. More

US Army is recycling waste plastic bottles for 3D printing mission critical parts

Aug.22, 2018 - Now researchers from the U.S. Army Research Laboratory and the U.S. Marine Corps have found a way to fabricate these parts within hours using waste plastics, such as water bottles, cardboard and other recyclable materials found on base as starting materials for 3D printing. More

SparkMaker FHD SLA 3D printer reaches Kickstarter goal in 30 minutes

Aug.21, 2018 - Hong Kong-based company SparkMaker has today launched a Kickstarter campaign for the SparkMaker FHD, the 2nd Generation of its SparkMaker SLA 3D Printer. With a $199 starting price on the Kickstarter run, the company aims to bring the quality of SLA printing to the masses. The SparkMaker FHD 3D printer reached its funding target on Kickstarter just 30 minutes after launching. More

Low-Level Control of 3D Printers from the Cloud could speed up 3D printing by up to 54%

Aug.21, 2018 - Chinedum Okwudire and U-M's Smart and Sustainable Automation Research Lab have been experimenting with a new way of controlling 3D printers, where stepper motor commands (and other low-level control commands) are generated in the Cloud, rather than on a microcontroller. More

U.S. Marines 3D print F-35 part which will save $70,000 in costs per fighter jet

Aug.21, 2018 - A team of U.S. Marines in Maryland 3D printed landing gear component that attached to the door of the F-35 stealth fighter aircraft. The Marines were able to replicate it for 9 cents, and it will save $70,000 in costs per jet. More

Alexis Walsh's APEX SERIES combines traditional craft with 3D printing and simulation

Aug.20, 2018 - Alexis Walsh, who specializes in 3D printed fashion, has unveiled her latest collection: the APEX SERIES that marries handcrafted embellishment and generative digital form. More

CityU team develops world's first-ever 4D printing for ceramics

Aug.20, 2018 - A research team at City University of Hong Kong (CityU) has successfully developed the world's first-ever 4D printing method for ceramics, which are mechanically robust and can have complex shapes. More

Rostec investing $44.7 million to build 3D printing manufacturing center

Aug.20, 2018 - Russian state conglomerate Rostec is investing almost 3 billion rubles ($44.7 million) to establish a specialized center to introduce advanced additive manufacturing to high-tech industries, the Rostec group announced on last Friday. More

Amphibio: Jun Kamei's 3D printed 'gills' could let humans breathe underwater

Aug.17, 2018 - Japanese designer Jun Kamei has created a 3D printed garment called Amphibio, 'a gill garment for our aquatic future,' which he is presenting as part of his graduation thesis from London's Royal College of Art (RCA). More

NASA awards $127K STTR Grant to PADT and ASU for biomimicry 3D printing research

Aug.17, 2018 - NASA has awarded a $127,000 Small Business Technology Transfer (STTR) Phase I grant to PADT and Arizona State University (ASU) to accelerate biomimicry research, the study of 3D printing objects that resemble strong and light structures found in nature such as honeycombs or bamboo. More

73% retail leaders say 3D printing could lead to greater customer satisfaction

Aug.17, 2018 - 73 percent of European retailers believe investments in 3D printing can directly lead to greater customer satisfaction. More

World's largest 3D printed reef installed at Summer Island Maldives

Aug.17, 2018 - World's largest 3D printed reef was installed at Summer Island in the Maldives, in what is hoped could be a new technology-driven method to help coral reefs survive a warming climate. More

KIT develops selectively erasable 3D printing ink for direct laser writing

Aug.16, 2018 - KIT researchers have developed 3D inks based on labile silane crosslinkers that can be selectively erased. This allows specific degradation and reassembly of highly precise structures on the micrometer and nanometer scales under mild conditions. More

Scientists 3D print placenta-on-a-chip to study nutrient transfer from mother to child

Aug.16, 2018 - Using a high-resolution 3D printing process, researchers from Vienna University of Technology (TU Vienna) in Austria have succeeded in 3D printing an artificial placental barrier on a chip, an advance that can be used to investigate important aspects of nutrient transport from the mother to the foetus. More

Researchers win A$1.1M grant for iFix 3D printing BioPen that corrects eye injuries

Aug.15, 2018 - The creators of BioPen, known as the iFix, which uses special ink to 'colour in' and treat eye wounds, has been given A$ 1.1 million funding from NSW Medical Devices Fund to progress commercialisation of the iFix pen. More

LulzBot announces Aerostruder v2 Micro Tool Head for penny-scale 3D prints

Aug.15, 2018 - Aleph Objects, the Colorado-based manufacturer of LulzBot 3D Printers, has unveiled a new tool head, the ultra precise LulzBot Aerostruder v2 Micro that enables users to accurately 3D print penny-scale parts. More

KIT 3D printed prosthetic hand adapts to various object shapes through intelligent mechanisms

Aug.14, 2018 - Researchers from the Karlsruhe Institute of Technology (KIT) in Germany have developed an advanced five-finger 3D printed prosthetic that adapts to various object shapes through intelligent mechanisms. More

BMW wins 2018 Altair Enlighten Award for 3D-metal printed roof bracket for BMW i8 Roadster

Aug.14, 2018 - German automaker BMW Group has won the 2018 Altair Enlighten Award within the Module category for its 2018 BMW i8 Roadster metal 3D printed convertible roof bracket. This innovative component marks the first time a metal 3D-printed part has been used in a series production vehicle. More

3D printing company eSUN is looking for dealers and distributors worldwide

Aug.13, 2018 - 3D printing company eSUN is looking for dealers and distributors worldwide More

Researchers develop machine learning method for 3D printing process monitoring

Aug.13, 2018 - Ugandhar Delli and Dr. Shing Chang from the Department of Industrial and Manufacturing Systems Engineering (IMSE) at Kansas State University have developed a new quality monitoring system for the 3D printing process. More

P-rouette is a 3D-printed ballet shoe that reduces the pain of dancers

Aug.13, 2018 - Hadar Neeman, a graduate from the Bezalel Academy of Art and Design in Jerusalem has created personalised ballet shoes using 3D printing technology to reduce dancer's pain. The model is called P-rouette. The 3D printed ballet shoe is adapted to fit the user's foot, and is more durable than traditional pointe shoes. More

Facebook bans sites hosting blueprints for 3D printed guns

Aug.10, 2018 - Facebook is banning sites that host digital blueprints to make 3D printed guns from its network and deleting content related to the creation of such weapons, a company spokesperson said on Thursday. More

Airwolf 3D launches EVO 22 Large 3D printer/Additive Manufacturing Center

Aug.10, 2018 - Airwolf 3D, a California-based 3D printer manufacturer, has announced the release of EVO 22 Large Format Desktop Additive Manufacturing Center. This latest 3D printer is optimized for 3D printing large parts out of ABS, soluble-support, polycarbonate, etc. More

New 3D printed neural scaffold could help treat spinal cord injuries

Aug.10, 2018 - Researchers from the University of Minnesota have developed a 3D printed guide device that could potentially help patients with long-term spinal cord injuries regain partial function of their bodies. More

Air New Zealand teams with Zenith Tecnica to 3D print metal aircraft parts

Aug.9, 2018 - Air New Zealand has teamed up with New Zealand company Zenith Tecnica to investigate 3D printed metal parts for aircraft and tools which it says can cut development time and costs. More

Siemens 3D prints low-emission pre-mixer for SGT-A05 gas turbine

Aug.9, 2018 - Global technology giant Siemens has successfully 3D-printed and engine tested a dry low emission (DLE) pre-mixer for the SGT-A05 aeroderivative gas turbine, with the impressive results showing a potential for significant reductions in CO emissions, according to a statement from Siemens. More

Pokras Lampas recreates lost Soviet-era 'Girl with an Oar' statue with 3D printing and graffiti

Aug.9, 2018 - A modern version of famous Soviet sculpture, Girl with an Oar, has been unveiled in Moscow's Gorky Park. The figure, which was restored through 3D printing, was assembled and decorated by talented 'calligraffiti' artist Pokras Lampas, from St. Petersburg, who covered with the body with quotes from modern Russian literature. More

3D printed 'Smart' machine components alert users to damage and wear

Aug.8, 2018 - Using advanced additive manufacturing technology, scientists at the United Technologies Research Center and UConn have created 'smart' machine components that alert users when they are worn or damaged with voltage reading. More

Digital Alloys raises $12.9M Series B from G20 Ventures, Boeing for metal 3D printing

Aug.8, 2018 - Digital Alloys, a Burlington, Mass.-based developer for high-speed metal additive manufacturing, raised $12.9M in Series B financing led by G20 Ventures with participation from Boeing HorizonX Ventures, Lincoln Electric, and Khosla Ventures. More

Scientists use crocodile cartilage and 3D printing to treat joint injuries, arthritis

Aug.7, 2018 - Scientists from Central Queensland University are making use of 3D bioprinting and crocodile cartilage for a new way of treating arthritis and joint injuries. More

Stanford team uses 3D printing to build custom cardiac-mapping catheters for heart surgery

Aug.7, 2018 - A team of Stanford researchers is investigating new ways to survey electricity in the heart, and are developing 3D printed cardiac surgical devices that could one day help patients who suffer from a common heart ailment, such as atrial fibrillation. More

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