Microstructural and mechanical characterization of a custom-built implant manufactured in titanium alloy by direct metal laser sintering

Microstructural and mechanical characterization of a custom-built implant manufactured in titanium alloy by direct metal laser sintering

Maria Aparecida Larosa, Andre Luiz Jardini, Cecilia Amelia de Carvalho Zavaglia, Paulo Kharmandayan, Davi Reis Calderoni, Rubens Maciel Filho

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Custom-built implants manufacture has always presented difficulties which result in high cost and complex fabrication, mainly due to patients' anatomical differences. The solution has been to produce prostheses with different sizes and use the one that best suits each patient. Additive manufacturing...

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Microstructural and mechanical characterization of a custom-built implant manufactured in titanium alloy by direct metal laser sintering

Maria Aparecida Larosa, Andre Luiz Jardini, Cecilia Amelia de Carvalho Zavaglia, Paulo Kharmandayan, Davi Reis Calderoni, Rubens Maciel Filho


										

Microstructural and mechanical characterization of a custom-built implant manufactured in titanium alloy by direct metal laser sintering

Maria Aparecida Larosa, Andre Luiz Jardini, Cecilia Amelia de Carvalho Zavaglia, Paulo Kharmandayan, Davi Reis Calderoni, Rubens Maciel Filho

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    Advances in mechanical engineering

    (2014), n. art. 945819