3D printing is a hot topic in today's news. The ability to print almost anything with extreme complexity and detail is very compelling. The concept of turning your imagination into a tangible object is no longer a vision of sci-fi writers. Below is an excerpt from an article pertaining to bio-printing, or 3D printing with organic matter.
"The following studies and projects represent some of the most fascinating examples of "bioprinting," or using a computer-controlled machine to assemble biological matter using organic inks and super-tough thermoplastics. They range from reconstructing major sections of skull to printing scaffolding upon which stem cells can grow into new bones."
It is an exciting time to be a part of this rapidly growing industry. The manufacturing and medical industries are about to be greatly disrupted. If you would like to talk more about 3D printing and the future of this technology, feel free to contact me through my other site: www.futurefactory3d.com.