Bouncy bone can be 3D-printed to become a universal repair kit
3D print your way to a perfect implant Jakus et alBy Andy CoghlanWho would have thought a plain white ink could transform bone surgery? The newly developed ink can be used to 3D-print flexible bone implants in any size, shape and form – from cylindrical leg bones to entire skulls. What is more, once inside the body, the implants turn into real bone,...
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