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Researchers made a series of small-scale models of the 3D-printed hand, as well as other figures — Image Credit: University at Buffalo.


Engineers develop a rapid 3D-printing technique for human tissue and organs

Researchers have developed technology that is 10–50 times faster than the industry standard

Amazing to see how far along has the 3D printing tech come in the last few years. Only recently I touched on how a novel technique uses…




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