Students, researchers, medical professionals, and collaborators can 3D print prototypes to use in fields such as prosthetics, surgery, or custom assistive technology. We print a wide variety of items including hearts with congenital defects, fingers, surgical tools, and custom keyboards for people with arthritis.
Each lab comes equipped with different types of printers and available materials in a variety of colors and durometers. We are happy to discuss which printer and material combination would be the best option for you to create a successful prototype.
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