Carolina Panthers player could be first to wear 3D-printed brace in an NFL game


Carolina Panthers outside linebacker Thomas Davis broke his arm in the game leading up to the Super Bowl. But that doesn’t mean he will be sitting on the bench for the championship game this Sunday. He plans on taking the gridiron with a 3D-printed brace.

Davis broke his right forearm in the NFC championship game against the Arizona Cardinals on Jan. 24, and received surgery the next day, getting fixed up with a metal plate and 12 screws3D-printing company Whiteclouds developed the brace to protect his arm, and he’s already participated in a full practice with it on.

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