18 Times 3D Printers Created Something We Never Expected.
#6. In 2012, a titanium jaw made from a 3D printer was successfully transplanted into a patient's mouth.
The jaw and teeth implants can help people get a new look with less scarring and downtime. Hopefully, this technology will help to save money and maybe even less pain.
#7. When it comes to 3D printing, the possibilities are literally endless.
Instead of making a costume or a chess board, this person decided to make this beautiful violin. Hopefully, it sounds as beautiful as it looks!
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#8. Children have wild imaginations and an incredible love for superheroes.
In the past, if someone wanted to dress up like a superhero they would have to be happy with a bit of cloth and maybe some paint. Today, thanks to technology, people can show up to Comicon in realistic costumes!
#9. One of the greatest things about 3D printers is their ability to change how we live today.
This house was printed in less than 24 hours! Imagine all the money and time saved!
#10. It goes without saying that people who are blind miss out on a lot of beauty in the world.
But thanks to 3D printing, people who are blind are able to see magnificent works of art for the very first time.
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