How 3D-Printing Repaired And Restored A Crash Victim’s Face

How 3D-Printing Repaired And Restored A Crash Victim’s Face
technology

Stephen Power had his face reconstructed with custom made parts.

Leah Gonzalez Angue
  • 14 march 2014

In 2012, Stephen Power from Cardiff in Wales, suffered multiple trauma injuries after a motorcycle accident. Even though he was wearing a helmet, the accident fractured his skull and broke his cheekbones, top jaw, and his nose.

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