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malformalady:

A Chinese farmer left with a large chunk missing from his skull is to have it repaired with the help of a 3D printer. The man, known only as 46-year-old Hu, was injured after falling from the third floor of his home in Xi’an, Shaanxi province. Doctors are now planning to re-build his skull with a titanium mesh created by a 3D printer.  The custom-made implant will be inserted under Hu’s skin and attached to his skull. If the procedure is successful, doctors say the mesh will restore the original shape of his head.

God damn I love technology

malformalady:

A Chinese farmer left with a large chunk missing from his skull is to have it repaired with the help of a 3D printer. The man, known only as 46-year-old Hu, was injured after falling from the third floor of his home in Xi’an, Shaanxi province. Doctors are now planning to re-build his skull with a titanium mesh created by a 3D printer.  The custom-made implant will be inserted under Hu’s skin and attached to his skull. If the procedure is successful, doctors say the mesh will restore the original shape of his head.

God damn I love technology

(via malacunt)