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Fall 2018 3D printing news

Printed red heart with ATSU logo requested by ATSU-MOSDOH and Office of Diversity & Inclusion

The A.T. Still Memorial Library has some exciting news and interesting new prints coming out of the 3D print shops on each campus.

Interesting recent print projects from Missouri

Poster presented at Interdisciplinary BioMedical Research Symposium (IBRS)

The poster “Innovation Spine And Pelvic Models For The Joint Injection Techniques Training” was presented at the IBRS 2019 during Founder’s Day activities in Missouri. This research poster represents the hard work of not just the library’s 3D print shop, but also Spark Tank winners Marcus Matson, OMS III, KCOM, Debra Loguda-Summers, and Zachary Headman, OMS III, KCOM, along with Robert Schneider, DO, residency supervisor; James Potter, DO, associate professor; and Tatyana Kondrashova, PhD, associate professor.

Spark Tank project

Recently, Debra Loguda-Summers, public services & 3D print services manager; along with Zachary Headman, OSM III, KCOM; and Marcus Matson, OMS III, KCOM; and Jamie Caroll, academic technology; began working with A.T. Still University (ATSU) to apply for a patent for their SparkTank project titled “3D Printed Cervical, Lumbar, and Pelvic Models for Injection Placement Training.”

These models, produced with the library’s F170 3D printer and academic technology’s Afinia H800+ printers allows students to learn and perfect various injection procedures. Working with Drs. Potter, Schneider, and Kondrashova, a survey was developed to track the student’s usage and comments, and a research project was designed around these models. The research data will be presented at the American Association of Colleges of Osteopathic Medicine conference in Washington, D.C. in 2019.

3D printed red heart with ATSU logo

Printed red heart with ATSU logo requested by ATSU-MOSDOH and Office of Diversity & Inclusion

3D printed skeleton puzzle

3D printed skeleton puzzle requested by ATSU-MOSDOH and Office of Diversity & Inclusion

3D printed replica of George Washington’s teeth

3D printed replica of George Washington’s teeth

 

Interesting recent print projects from Arizona

The Arizona campus library’s 3D print shop has had some very interesting anatomical prints of different structures for the ear, as well as their usual useful study prints.

Printed auricular structures

3D printed auricular structures

3D printed ear

3D printed ear

3D printed skull

3D printed skull

 

 

by Debra Loguda-Summers, library public services & 3D print shop manager, Missouri campus

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