Designed by Richard Hague and his students at the Additive Manufacturing and 3D Printing Research Group at the University of Nottingham, UK, this prosthetic arm shows how 3D printers can create a strong structure, mobile joints and delicate sensors, like
Credit: Jennie Hills/Science Museum, London
On-demand organs, Terminator-style arms, and aviation nostalgia—the best of 3D printing is on show in 3D: Printing the Future at London's Science Museum.
From New Scientist
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