How Desktop 3D Printers Are Changing the Face of Facial Reconstruction

by Larry Emmott on July 13, 2016

in 3D Printing,Future Tech,Theraputics

WOW just wow:

…a 68-year-old Vietnam veteran, lost the lower half of his face to tongue cancer, but a team from Indiana University has recently been able to design a new jaw for him using a desktop 3D printer. Their process, dubbed the “IU Shirley Technique,” is now being used to help other patients

Source: How Desktop 3D Printers Are Changing the Face of Facial Reconstruction | | Observer

Photos and video at the link, amazing!

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