Print your fetus

Back in the day, parents used to spend nine months wondering what they’re baby would be like. Then came monochromatic, grainy but wonderful ultrasound, which showed you the baby in mummy’s “tummy”…we have such grainy snapshots of both our children ante-natal and lovely they are too. Then ultrasound went all high-def and 3D and gave the next generation of parents a crisper view of their unborn baby’s bits and pieces.

But, with rapid prototyping printers, commonly known as 3D printers, you can get a much better feel for how your baby will turn out:

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