3D Printing

Uncategorized — edm @ 9:09 pm


A tad delayed. This is a fascinating article. I am not typically the science nerd, but this article discusses the ways in which 3D printing techniques can be used for new prosthetics and medical advances. Limbs can be made significantly and in different materials. 3D printing can also create covers for prosthetics that act as shields. While these advances aren’t exactly artistic, the article shows how technology that is useful in art can also be used quite functionally and productively in other fields as well.


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