This week’s featured 3D print is a cylindrical device to be used for mounting ultrasound transducers for testing a new method of treating tumors in animal models. The print was requested by Professor Chandra Sehgal, PhD, Director of Ultrasound Research at Penn Medicine’s Ultrasound Research Laboratory.
3D printing allows researchers to design custom parts such as this for their laboratory work which would otherwise be difficult to create or obtain.
Printed in black resin on the Form2
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