Due to cost, efficiency, and shorter time frames, many companies have begun printing prosthetics. The devices, used among children and adults alike, have found niche markets in underprivileged countries as the cost of traditional prosthetics rises. Many are claiming that the ability to re-print and re-design the prosthetics in shorter amounts of time enables children to grow with the devices at a less costly rate than being fitted for traditionally engineered limbs, and signals healthcare trends for the future. Read the full article here.