3D Printing is Headed to the Superbowl

February 04, 2016

3D Printing is Headed to the Superbowl

 

Written by Amanda Kooser via cnet.com 

 

National Football League player Thomas Davis had both a triumphant and a devastating game on January 24. His Carolina Panthers dominated the Arizona Cardinals and earned a trip to theSuper Bowl, but at the expense of a broken right forearm for Davis.

Davis may be carrying some extra equipment with him onto the field if he plays in Super Bowl 50 as he's determined to. His arm has a metal plate and 12 screws keeping it together. He also has a 3D-printed arm brace that was made to protect the injury during the game.

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