A 3D Printing Research Center Aimed At Biomedical Applications

by Mitchel Dumlao April 20, 2015

The University of Central Florida will create a center that combines the disciplines that contribute to the creation of 3D-printed prosthetic limbs, such as art for design and medicine for functionality.

The Center for Applied Biomedical Additive Manufacturing, or CABAM, will work to increase production capabilities for companies such as Limbitless Solutions, which last year famously created a 3D printed prosthetic arm for a Florida boy.

“Not only do we get to continue to do the work we love but we also get to see other types of work being done,” said John Sparkman of Limbitless. “”We enjoy seeing all the research sides.”

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Mitchel Dumlao
Mitchel Dumlao


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