Band-Aid Printer Concept Prints Different Types of Band-Aid Shapes to Cover Your Wounds

Our body parts have different shapes, however, we only use a common band-aid shape to cover wounds on any part of our body. Band-Aid Printer concept was born out of the idea to create different types of plasters to fit various shapes of body parts to make you feel comfortable. In this way, you can print different plaster shapes to suit the wounded area, it’s a quasi-3D printer that prints the band-aid directly.

Designers : Han Like, Liu Peng, Ren Mingjun, Wei Chenjie, Yang Xiao, Liu Peng

Band-Aid Printer Concept by Han Like, Liu Peng, Ren Mingjun, Wei Chenjie, Yang Xiao, Liu Peng

Band-Aid Printer Concept by Han Like, Liu Peng, Ren Mingjun, Wei Chenjie, Yang Xiao, Liu Peng

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Rob says: December 27, 2012

That is actually really smart…. my only thing that i would change is that rather than have buttons with a image of the place you want a band aid, have some way to actually design your own shape of band aid. Or be able to pick the placement of the band aid and be able to pick a size. If you could pick a range of sizes, this would be perfect for family use. To be able to print kids size band aids AND adult size AND large adults band aids.

bruce says: February 10, 2013

hi i am doing a report on your product. i have a few questions. What country was it invented. How did u invent it and some interesting facts about the band-aid printer. if you could please respond asap that would be great. thanks!

bruce says: February 10, 2013

please answer!!! ^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^

    Tuvie says: February 11, 2013

    hi Bruce, it's only concept. You need to contact one of the designers to get further information.

bruce says: February 24, 2013

okay thank you







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