This week's 3D printing news takes us all over the place: from the US to the Middle East and China. We begin with 3D printed athletic mouthguards from US-based GuardLab, which has a big fan in baseball great José Bautista, who is now enthusiastically serving on the company's athlete advisory board. In metal 3D printing news, Additive Industries' MetalFAB1 printer has been honored with a Red Dot Award for its design by VanBerlo. The United Arab Emirates will be home to Sinterex's 3D printed metals and services, in a first for the region. Also, in more Middle Eastern business news, Israel's Nano Dimension Technologies has filed for a patent for its PCB, which is intended for use in the telecommunications industry. Finally, we hear about how 3D printing is being used in a Chinese hospital -- and a funeral home! Read more at ‎