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Scientists develop artificial skin that can feel rain and the touch of a hand

Stretchy Prosthetic Skin Feels Pressure, Temperature txchnologist: “ by Txchnologist staff Researchers in South Korea and the U. have developed what they call a “smart” prosthetic skin embedded with.

Bioprinting is a recent development with 3D printing that is an immerging technology to create synthetic human tissue and ideally to create entire organs. Bioprinting uses the same technology as a standard 3D printer, but uses live cells to produce the tissue in a process called shorthand bioprinting. The process can take several hours, but can develop a fully functioning human organ, layer by layer.  This development can lead to future 3D printers to output real human tissue.

A research team has developed a method for using inexpensive, consumer-grade printers and materials to make medical implants, which can contain drugs for patients.

Military May Soon be Able to Copy & 3D Print Exact Replicas of Bones & Limbs For Injured Soldiers

Military May Soon be Able to Copy & Print Exact Replicas of Bones & Limbs For Injured Soldiers

Surgeons in New York recently took to 3D printing to make practice models of a patient's brain, a method that may have ended up saving that patient's life.

An exact printed replica of a patient's vascular system helped surgeons in New York plan and execute a complicated, life-threatening brain aneurysm surgery. The model was printed using Stratasys PolyJet Printing Solutions.

The 3D Printing Revolution

printing will soon allow digital object storage and transportation, as well as personal manufacturing and very high levels of product customization.