3D Printing

3D Printing

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Caption: Reportage in Descartes University, Paris, France where Vizua 3D is based. Vizua provides real-time 3D visualisations for doctors using imagery from patients. Doctors can then print these visualisations in 3D. A scan using the Vizua system that is due to be printed in 3D.

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