Chinese hospitals are introducing a new machine which can extract sperm for donors.
The pink, grey and white machine has a massage pipe at the front which apparently can be adjusted according to the height of its user.
The director of the urology department at Zhengzhou Central Hospital said the machine was being used by infertility patients who are finding it difficult to retrieve sperm the old fashioned way. A website which is selling the machine for $2,800 promoting it stating ‘it can give patients very comfortable feeling.’
The entry-level Replicator 2, priced at $2,199, is for generating objects up to 11 by 6 inches in an ecofriendly material; the higher-end Replicator 2X, which costs $2,799, can produce only smaller items, up to 9 by 6 inches, but it has dual heads that let it print more sophisticated objects. With these two machines, MakerBot is putting down a multimillion-dollar wager that 3-D printing has hit its mainstream moment.
Based on the bolded text above, perhaps the best bet is to get a his and hers deal going.