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Liquid silicone 3D printing designed for faster, cheaper medical implants

May 14, 2017

A 3D printing method outlined by researchers at the University of Florida demonstrates a way of making comfortable, flexible, strong and affordable implants for patients.

Using liquid silicone, the method is capable of creating devices that can be implanted within the body, performing fluid draining and supportive functions needed in hospitals on a daily basis.


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