With 3D printing you do not have to be a master craftsman.
In 2014 a girl called Haley Fraser was thought to be the first child in the UK to have a 3D Printed hand.
In the last three years that has all change with the coming of 3D Printing, sometimes if you are lucky you can get your teeth scanned.
3D Printing has been used at Kings College Hospital for the last seven years and is now used on a daily basis also has reduced surgery time by a third.
3D Systems were involved as soon as the surgery was planned using a multiple of 3D models and different 3D techniques.
A popular company that it had to move out of the Dental Surgery and transplanted into Camden Town.
A 3D model that the doctors can touch they can combine the model and the hands of effect of robotic surgery.
A sterilisable printer assembly and this can be enclosed in a sterile environment.
3D Bladder and other examples of replacement body parts such as 3D bones, organs, noses and drugs.