DREAMS lab designs novel respirator for health care workers fighting COVID-19.
Virginia Tech’s COVID-19 Response: Science and Engineering in Service to Community Health
An early demonstration of off-axis 3D printing using a robotic arm in the Virginia Tech DREAMS Lab. This demonstration was created for the 2017 ACCelerate Festival in the Smithsonian Institute's National American History Museum.
DREAMS Lab students, in collaboration with the Carillion Medicine & Research Institute, created a 3D Printed heart model using patient-specific CT data. Embedded magnets enabled 'windows' into the heart to help with visualizing transcatheter valve repair procedures.
Above: Vat photopolymerization of an all-aromatic polyimide (Kapton)
Above: Disruptive design via additive manufacturing: Chris Williams at TEDxVirginiaTech
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