In Pictures: 18 supercool objects made with 3D pri...
3D printed human face mold
This flexible mold of a human face was created by Stratasys using 3D scanning technology and 3D printing. First, a person’s face is scanned and the image is uploaded into a CAD system, which is then used to create the printed mold, with no need for a cast or plaster material.
Stratasys displayed multiple face molds to show how the TangoPlus polymer material is being used for everything from facial reconstruction procedures in healthcare to the manufacture of movie props in Hollywood. The material can be hand-painted or spray-painted.
In Pictures: 18 supercool objects made with 3D printers