3D printing is the process of making a three-dimensional solid object of essentially any shape from a digital model. It has been used to make jewellery to intricate toy models, and is now being utilized by the medical industry to construct 3D casts for broken arms. This means better air-flow and less hassle of trying to bathe with the conventional bulky fibreglass plaster casts used to treat broken bones.
When great design meets cutting edge medical research. A working model of a human lung on a transparent chip.
An incredibly lifelike 3D anatomical model of the head and neck.