It seems like the 3D printing technology doesn't only work to create guns, but to build a long list of creative objects, even to be used in the medicine world and save lives. A bioresorbable splint was used for the first time ever at the University of Michigan's Mott Children's Hospital and it successfully stopped the life-threatening tracheobronchomalacia in a baby, saving his life.
Watch the case below:
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