You are pregnant with a tiny, slithering demon child. You go to the eerily named FASOTEC for an MRI. They MRI you. They print what looks like a saran-wrapped package of meat in the shape of your tiny ghost fetus. You also order the cellphone charm fetus mold, hoping that one day your sexting tween will tout it and scare away just about every other kid on the planet.
The paperweight fetus is about $1000, and the cell phone charm about $700.
There are medical benefits of utilizing this type of 3D printer, but who cares? Print me a fetus with horns and a tail. Print me a soft, life-sized unicorn with a hollow gunt for me to sleep in. Print me a big ole Justin Bieber.