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|Title:||Three-dimensional printing in medicine|
|Authors:||Coles-Black, Jasamine;Chao, Ian;Chuen, Jason|
|Citation:||Medical Journal of Australia 2017; 207(3): 102-103|
|Abstract:||Three-dimensional (3D) printing allows digital 3D models to be converted into physical ones with unprecedented accessibility. It has been hailed as a “disruptive technology” — a term used to describe advances that could change the status quo. The technology involves building 3D structures by depositing material layer upon layer to form a 3D object. This process is achieved via several ways, most commonly via fused deposition modelling (FDM), selective laser sintering and stereolithography.|
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