3D printed replacement skulls

I would like mine with tie-downs and mounting brackets please.

The new OPM device is a cranial maxillo-facial plate for skull reconstruction which can be used to replace up to 75% of the skull. Their device is made from PEKK (polyetherketoneketone), which has many of the desirable properties of the commonly used PEEK implant material -- but it also has twice the compressive strength, making it an ideal material to replace any bone that counts user protection among its primary functions.

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7 Responses:

  1. When they ship one that's practically shatter-resistant I will definitely be in line to buy.

  2. Pavel Lishin says:

    Today it's surgical tools, tomorrow it's penis enlargement spam.

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  3. Charmless says:

    "user" protection?? Doctors usually calls those things "patients".

  4. Chris says:

    Not too long until we see elective surgery Minbari roaming the streets.

    • phuzz says:

      Klingons are probably more likely, and people are already sticking stuff under their skin to achieve the same visual effect.
      Do I need to warn you about the eye scouring dangers of googling for pictures of body modifications? No? Then you'll want to look for 'inplants'.