Applications of 3D printing in producing personalized wearable and implantable devices
Engineers from Massachusetts Institute of Technology (MA, US) have produced a novel 3D printed mesh material, suitable for producing personalized, wearable supports for ankle and knee injuries as well as implantable devices, such as hernia meshes.
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