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CeBIT delegates saw 3D printing working producing a range of ‘toys’ to real commercial prototypes and parts.

A man has had three quarters of his skull replaced by a 3D printed copy in a procedure that is being lauded as the first of its kind.

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If you had a 3D printer what would you print?  In Delaware, a hospital decided to print out an exoskeleton to help Emma, a 2 year old girl, fully use her arms.

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