Commonwealth Scientific and Industrial Research Organization

No Forge, No Problem: 3-D Printing May Be Next Wave In Horseshoeing Technology

Three-dimensional printing is the latest technological marvel that seems to be straight out of Star Trek. In a few short years, what started with the production of simple items such as plastic whistles has progressed to the bioprinting of skin, bone, and heart tissue for human transplantation. In Australia, 3D printing has been used to […]

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Christmas Wish Comes True: Laminitic Horse Takes First Steps in 3-D Printed Shoes

Equine veterinarians and scientists at Australia’s Commonwealth Scientific and Industrial Research Organization (CSIRO) gave a surprise Christmas gift to 10-year-old mare, Holly, who suffers from a chronic hoof disease: She recently took the first steps in her new 3-D printed titanium shoes custom-designed to fit her hoof. The team of 3-D printing experts from CSIRO […]

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