A clinic is offering mothers bronze models of their unborn babies.
The London Ultrasound Centre, near Harley Street, is the first in the country to offer the service, which allows parents to ‘celebrate’ their babies in the womb.
A 3D printer uses ultrasound images to build a cast of the child. The models cost Â£1,200, take up to two-and-a-half weeks to make, and are created when the mother is at a safe stage of pregnancy at 24 weeks.
Doctors say the technology could also help improve survival rates for sick babies.
4 thoughts on “Print your kid out in 3D”
You know what would be really sweet? Doing this with the CandyFab!
How long until they can just print the baby itself?
Many couples might choose to skip all that time-consuming, risky, messy, and painful steps that are involved in the standard process.
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