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STANDARD TESSELLATION LANGUAGE IN RAPID PROTOTYPING TECHNOLOGY

@inproceedings{NastaseDan2013STANDARDTL,
  title={STANDARD TESSELLATION LANGUAGE IN RAPID PROTOTYPING TECHNOLOGY},
  author={Nastase-Dan},
  year={2013}
}
The growth of solid freeform fabrication (SFF) or layered manufacturing (LM) in biomedical applications has created the need for better technology in terms of model representation, accuracy and functionality. SFF models in medicine have been used mainly for assisting diagnosis, surgical planning, and manufacture of orthopedic implants. However, the technology has recently seen applications in the field of tissue engineering specifically in the fabrication of tissue scaffold structures… Expand
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