3D Printed rat skeleton, no longer: yucky, fragile, tiny…. | Wired

Another use for low cost 3D Printing, think about it, exact models of all sorts of biological specimens: surface, organs, bones, shells, exoskeletons, etc, scaled to a size that students or scientists can use for discussion, learning, planning, etc.

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