A very interesting article written over on 3D Printing Industry talks about how 3D Printing technology is advancing the medical industry in many ways. We have already heard from Dr Boyd Goldie in a post here about using 3D Printing to look at a complex bone fracture to practice for an upcoming surgery and show the patient exactly how they will treat it.
Also check out our blog on the E-nable project that shows 3D printed low cost prosthetics that were possible using an Ultimaker 2.
The article written by Jen Botezat gives you ten ways desktop 3D Printers are sparking a medical revolution which includes bones, kidneys, pharmaceuticals and prosthetics.
We are living in a very exciting time in this ever changing and evolving industry and this is just a taste of what is possible now!
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