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Reconstruction of man's face using 3D printer is 'major development' - The Bolton News

Reconstruction of man's face using 3D printer is 'major development' - The Bolton News | Chasing the Future | Scoop.it


Reconstruction of man's face using 3D printer is 'major development'

THE reconstruction of a badly injured motorcyclist's face with a 3D printer has been hailed a “major development” by a Bolton expert.

 


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Nathan Heath's curator insight, March 23, 2014 9:18 PM

Hailed a major development, the reconstruction of a badly injured motorcyclist’s face with a 3D printer is a breakthrough for the current 3D printing technology available.

 

3D technology produces better results for the patient. It is more accurate than a surgeon having to shape the titanium plate with a hammer. It is fantastic alternative.

 

This 3D printing technology has opened doors for other health care procedures such as the ability to create skin grafts for burns victims, whereas before skin would have had to have been taken from other parts of the body and dentistry as there will be no need for moulds.

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3D Printer World Expo 2014 - 3D Printer World Expo 2015 Burbank

3D Printer World Expo 2014 - 3D Printer World Expo 2015 Burbank | Chasing the Future | Scoop.it
3D Printer World Expo 2015 Burbank Details Dates: Feb.

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▶ 3-D printing buildings of the future - YouTube

 

 

3D printing Technology is growing very fast upto the level of printing a building itself.

A professor is working on technology named as Contour Crafting

 


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3D-printed pinhead battery could power robots

3D-printed pinhead battery could power robots | Chasing the Future | Scoop.it
One of the smallest batteries ever, this tiny lithium-ion can store enough juice to power tiny robots or medical implants. [Read more]    

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