Prosthetics In Animal medicine

The Pain Point here is the need to help those who used to be helpess

  • This farm shows the world a new meaning of the value of animal life
  • Fitting these animals takes time and money but it is for the well-being of the farm and the lives of these animals

"The 3D printed prosthetic was fitted onto the remaining beak using a titanium metal mount. Beauty was able to eat and drink on her own again, thanks to the synthetic beak. And, since 3D printing allows for quick and flexible redesign, her prosthetic beak was easily modified to suit her better as she adjusted to it over the years."

I have grown up with pets and sometimes they would injure themselves. It was scary because we knew they would have to get put down. But with this new 3D technology they can survive!

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