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Spanish health tech firm Avinent has purchased a Stratasys J750 3D printer to expand its offering of anatomical and dental models for use in healthcare settings. The printer is able to print multi-colour, multi-texture, multi-material models in a single print, and could push forward the practice of using patient-specific anatomical prints to simulate and plan surgeries. Is this the future of surgical simulation and patient engagement?

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