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Transcript of 3D printing
personal life stories
advancements in the field of science
Future advances and failures with 3D printing
How Safe Really is 3D Printing?
Dangers, risk taking, and potential success.
Pros & Cons
-Variety of products
-Reduced prices in 3rd world countries (everyone can get what they need).
-Easy to manufacture
-Not environmental friendly
-Fewer manufacturing jobs
3D printing is a good thing!
soon to be used
3d printed heart for doctors
3d printed brain
3d printed piece in airway
Surgery gone wrong
3D printed hearts
3D printed ears
3D printed bones
3D printed skin
doctors hope to have organs printed in the next year or two if not right now
Most of the things printed have helped younger children for there future life
Faster cure to the problems
what could it lead to
Doctors in the future want to be able to print out everything that is needed in a human body for them to live
Most doctors already have managed to make the necessity for the body
Surgery's pass expectations
Accurate and functional organs
The patients organ can fail which could lead to death
Patients could die from waiting for certain measurements needed for there organs
most of the patients would not want to pay all the money they would charge for the certain organ
3d printing organs
3d printing has grown
By: Tyler Leesley, Tanner paulsen, Rebecca vanecek, Jamie Haas, Christina adame
in two decades 3d printing has grown from a practice to a $2.7 billion industry.
we can now start to construct cells or honey comb like structures.
the problem we have with bio printing is that we need to keep the cells alive long enough to print them.
we also need to keep them alive long enough after they are printed to let them got through mitosis and replicate.
By 2000, Boland and his team had reconfigured a Hewlett-Packard DeskJet 550C to print with E. coli bacteria.