Most people can tell you a story about what made them finally decide to acquire a 3D printer or to start learning about the technology. For Dr. Michael Deveau, Radiation Oncologist and Clinical Associate Professor at Texas A&M College of Veterinary Medicine and Biomedical Sciences, it was a small dog named Cootie that motivated him to acquire a Gigabot 3D printer from re:3D for the college. Cootie is a Bichon Frise who was suffering from a case of Cutaneous Lymphoma, a rare type of skin cancer. Her owner had tried multiple treatments, but nothing had been able to cure the dog until she was brought to Dr. Deveau. The treatment that he devised is completely new in the veterinary field, and we were lucky enough to be able to talk to him as well as to re:3D Global Sales Manager Morgan Hamel, who documented Cootie's story, about the case and how 3D printing can change veterinary medicine. Read more at