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3D Printed Ceramics Serve As Both Bone Graft and Support
Bioceramics including tricalcium phosphate and zirconia have been used to replace and stabilize human bone in reconstructive surgeries. Now, 3D printing brings customization and new design opportunities to these medical devices.
Bioceramics for Bone Replacement: The Cool Parts Show S3E2
A mandibular cage made up of two different bioresorbable ceramics points to the future of bone graft and reconstructive surgeries in this episode of The Cool Parts Show.
"Stereolithography for Metals" Produces Detailed Parts
Lithography-based Metal Manufacturing (LMM), a new technique developed by Incus uses a curing process based on stereolithography to build green metal parts with photopolymer.