You want to immortalize your beloved pet? 3D printing service "PetPrints3D" allows you to create a high-quality 3D figurine just from photos.
The Calgary-based company GravityB 3D is using a 60-camera 3D scanning system to create life-like 3D printed figurines of pets and people.
A Wyoming family's pet peacock lost its foot from frostbite, the owners went searching for help on Reddit. One random user decided to design and 3D print a prosthetic device for the majestic bird, giving it a better chance at leading a quality life.
Hornbill, Karl, received a 3D printed prosthetic beak after staff at Smithsonian's National Zoo noticed he was struggling to eat.
3D printed prosthetics don't just help out humans. Here is a list of animals who have been aided by 3d printed prostheses, too!
Researchers have developed a 3D printed robot that attaches itself to shark skin underwater, enabling improved studying of marine creatures.
Leroy the Great Dane has a new "leash of life" thanks to a 3D printed titanium bone implant which helped him beat cancer.
This heart-warming story of 3D printing coming to the rescue of animals in need will really brighten up your day.
Researchers from the University of Sidney have developed a 3D printed ceramic implant that fuses with natural bone. The implant was successfully used to repair large leg fractures in sheep.
Birch Aquarium fits their loggerhead sea turtle with a 3D printed brace, filling the gap that's been in her shell since 2014.
The University of Tennessee College of Veterinary Medicine 3D prints a resin mask for an injured turtle from the Zoo Knoxville.
Millie the greyhound is thought to be the first dog in Australia with a 3D printed prosthetic leg, proving prosthetics don't need to be expensive.
Ray the kitten has a kink in his spine. Students from Portsmouth Middle School have used 3D printing in a creative way to help.
The Duke Lemur Center is using 3D scanning and micro-computed tomography to preserve lemurs and soon anyone will have access to the files.
The Animal Avengers continue in their mission to preserve wildlife; Victoria the goose has a 3D printed beak so she can eat and drink again.
Boston woman raises animal-love to a whole new level with a $2,500 3D printed chicken prosthetic. Leading candidate for Mother Hen of Year.