ProofX aims for better medical models through 3D software, printing

Say “commercial 3D printing” and most people conjure a picture of whirring printers building knickknacks, fashioning toy robots, or, on the high end, producing expensive hyper-engineered parts for engine manufacturers.

ProofX co-founders Nuha Nazy and Dima Elissa set out to make a better pair of shoes.
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