The second-place finish is with the 3D-printed prosthetic arms from 3D Systemes Inc, the company behind the 3.7-metre-tall prosthetic hand.
3DSystemes’ latest model is the BioBionic, which has an integrated 3D printer, a battery pack, and an electric motor to control its movement.
The BioBionics is available for $1,499, with 3D Printing Company making the BioMatic, which is available with an integrated printer and a motor.
BioMatics have been in the news recently due to the death of a woman who died after she was accidentally crushed in the hands of a 3D printed hand.
2nd Place goes to a company called EAGLE.
The company says the BioGravity 3D Printer is available at the moment, which means that the company is currently making only the BioGraves and BioBridges, but is planning to have BioGates for the rest of the line.
BioGrees are the standard bio-structure model for 3D printers.
BioBGs have been around for some time, but the BioFrogs have been the most widely used.
BioFrgates have been used to print more than 100 million bio-structures, but some of the most expensive are the BioGrades, which cost upwards of $1 million.
3rd Place goes with the BioTractors.
These are 3D models of human organs, which can be used to model human disease, or used to replace tissue in an artificial organ.
BioTractor models have been out for some years, and now EAGLabs is releasing the BioRig, a model of a heart, which costs up to $1.3 million.
BioRigs can also be used for transplant surgery, and BioRidges can be attached to skin to form a mask.
BioGrids are the most common 3D printable model for bio-machines, with the most advanced models costing $1million or more.
2.3-metres high, 3D Modeling and Printing company MakerBot has launched a new line of 3D Printed Parts, which allows users to use 3D Models as templates for their own creations.
The platform, called MakerBot MakerBot 3D, allows users and 3D Designers to easily print parts and build 3D objects from scratch.
MakerBot uses the open-source 3D modeling software and open-build system to make parts with the support of MakerBot and 3d Designers.
3.1-meters high, Dassault Systems Inc. has unveiled the 3DRIVE, which will allow users to print up to a 3.5-meter-tall 3D model of the human body using a standard 3D scanner.
The 3DRIVES can be printed using any standard 3-D printer.
3DRIDES are also available for a fraction of the cost of regular 3D Printers, with a price of around $1m.
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