3D printing is not just child’s play you know, as we do know that it has its merits in the medical world. Take for example, someone who has lost a limb – of course a prosthetic is not going to be a perfect replacement for a flesh-and-bone limb, but at least it would make that particular person feel less awkward initially in social situations, and will even come in handy if that particular replacement limb is mechanical in nature. San Francisco company Bespoke Innovations is a company that prints designer prosthetics specifically to restore symmetry to the bodies of amputees, in addition to making a fashion statement simultaneously. No idea on what kind of pricing details it comes with, but it is a start for sure.
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