3D printing technology is not just for industrial manufacturing. Here are some nice examples how 3D printing can help animals in very complicated situations.
Today, printed materials can become the basis of many things: custom-made car parts, toys, scientific gadgets, tools, even buildings, or many other practical objects. But the practical use of 3D printing extends far beyond, because this invention has a vast potential in biomedical engineering. And not just for humans, but animals too.
It could seem surprising, but 3D printing is already helping save lives of wild and domestic animals. Custom-engineered and produced prototypes are becoming extremely useful replacements of animal native body parts lost due to unfortunate circumstances. Watch the following video to see how it is done, with some interesting success stories: