3D Printing and biofabrication.

3D printing gave inspiration.

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3D printing gave relief. According to Henrik Cox, “My model is actually a lot older than many of the bionic prosthetics that are out today. Mine has a full-hand open and close functionality, while many modern hands have additional grip patterns and other functionality. It’s an exciting field, and I’m sure that the technology is just going to keep advancing and becoming more lifelike.“

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Teacher 3D-prints Iron Man-inspired prosthetic arm for student struggling in class.