Student’s 3D printed facial prosthesis chosen as NZ’s James Dyson Award finalist

A Wellington student’s 3D printed facial prosthesis design is in the running for an $80,000 international design award.

The 24-year-old’s design has been named one of the three finalists in the New Zealand section of annual James Dyson Award global product design innovation contest, an international design award that recognises the next generation of design engineers who have developed inventions that are innovative to everyday problems.
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