Effect of Layer Thickness and Printing Orientation on Mechanical Properties and Dimensional Accuracy of 3D Printed Porous Samples for Bone Tissue Engineering

@inproceedings{Farzadi2014EffectOL,
  title={Effect of Layer Thickness and Printing Orientation on Mechanical Properties and Dimensional Accuracy of 3D Printed Porous Samples for Bone Tissue Engineering},
  author={Arghavan Farzadi and Mehran Solati-Hashjin and Mitra Asadi-Eydivand and Noor Azuan Abu Osman and Thomas Claudepierre},
  booktitle={PloS one},
  year={2014}
}
Powder-based inkjet 3D printing method is one of the most attractive solid free form techniques. It involves a sequential layering process through which 3D porous scaffolds can be directly produced from computer-generated models. 3D printed products' quality are controlled by the optimal build parameters. In this study, Calcium Sulfate based powders were used for porous scaffolds fabrication. The printed scaffolds of 0.8 mm pore size, with different layer thickness and printing orientation… CONTINUE READING

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