Wonders of 3D printing: 10 uncommon things printed in 3D
If you can’t wait nine months to see what your unborn baby will look like, Fasotect can help.
The Japanese company can create a 3D printed model of a fetus based on a 3D sonorgram or simply a mask of the baby’s face using ultrasound.
While the joyful gimmick is still relatively unknown, it’s picking up steam. Don’t be surprised if these 3D-printed models begin showing up in OBGYN offices and at baby showers near you.