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.
3D printed replacement skulls
I would like mine with tie-downs and mounting brackets please.
Tags: mad science, mutants, parts, the future
When they ship one that's practically shatter-resistant I will definitely be in line to buy.
Today it's surgical tools, tomorrow it's penis enlargement spam.
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I would totally write my own drivers. Sounds like a lot of fun.
"user" protection?? Doctors usually calls those things "patients".
Not too long until we see elective surgery Minbari roaming the streets.
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'.
And then be sure to visit Body Modification Ezine's 'Hard' modification section!