A model of a Richard Wolf Arthroscope. The original device is a medical device used in keyhole surgery, such as an arthroscopic knee surgery, to allow the surgeon to view the joint area.
This is a relatively fragile print. It is printed in two halves and then glued together. Overall, it was better as a modelling and rendering exercise but it was still great to see how a 3D printed version would come out.
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