QEH Introduces 3D Printing

Thanks to the generous donation of an Einscan SP 3D scanner complements of Bryden Stokes Ltd., the Queen Elizabeth Hospital is now equipped to scan three-dimensional (3D) objects, reverse engineer these items, and design nonstructural parts for equipment. Coupled with the addition of the Dremel DigiLab 3D45 3D printer to Department’s list of tools, the team can also print objects in 3D.

Photo: from left to right:
Hasina Yarde, Medical Sales Representative, Bryden Stokes Ltd, Keisha Alleyne, Business Unit Head, Bryden Stokes Ltd, Sasha Miller, Division Manager, Bryden Stokes Ltd making the presentation to Marc Boyce, Biomedical Engineer with the Queen Elizabeth Hospital and Philip King, Director of Engineering with the QEH.

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