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'Print your own bladder, skull or arm'

10 October 2013 Last updated at 00:01 BST

A new exhibition dedicated to innovations in 3D printing has opened at the Science Museum in London.

The exhibition, called 3D: printing the future, includes a printed scaffold for a bladder and a skull, plus a prosthetic arm which features structural and electronic components printed simultaneously.

We also hear from the BBC's Evan Davis and meet his mini 3D self.

Video journalist: Neil Bowdler

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