3D Printed Bust of Cheddar Man Shows Early Britons Had Dark Skin and Light Eyes

3D printing and scanning technology has been used many times to provide a face for modern human remains that can’t otherwise be identified. But researchers also use 3D printing to…

Cold Case Closed: HVAMC at SUNY New Paltz Utilizes 3D Scanning and 3D Printing to Replicate a Murder Victim’s Skull

3D printing can help with a lot of things these days: making medical models, finding the perfect gift, getting a head start on the race track, and even solving crimes. 3D…

Ohio Cold Case Update: Jane Doe Identified and Alleged Killers Behind Bars, Thanks to 3D Printing and Facial Reconstruction

Last month, Ohio Attorney General Mike DeWine and the Greene County Sheriff’s Office released images of a 3D printed, reconstructed head and face of an unidentified woman whose skeletal remains…

3D Printing and Forensic Reconstruction Put to Work in Ohio Cold Case

We’ve seen 3D printing used in facial reconstruction before. A lot of times the technology is used to learn more about the bones of not only the skull, but also…

3D Scanning and 3D Printing Give Plastic Surgery Patients a View of Their Future Selves

The decision to undergo plastic surgery is a difficult and personal one. Even when it’s required for reconstructive purposes, patients still face a lot of uncertainty. What will the results…

Montreal: 3D Printed Model Assists in Successful Facial Reconstruction of Patient’s Crushed Cheekbone & Eye Floor

Plastic surgeons, as we know, operate on the literal cutting edge. While their more cosmetic and elective procedures are often very much held up for criticism and even controversy, there…


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