One Layer at a Time: Rapid Prototyping in Orthopaedics

What’s the state of the art in orthopaedic 3D printing?

Hani Haider, PhD; Karthikeyan E. Ponnusamy, MD; Nicholas John Giori,MD; Paul A. Anderson, MD; and Ahmad Nassr, MD

Three-dimensional (3D) printing is a popular umbrella term to describe additive manufacturing, a form of rapid-prototyping. It refers to building an object, one thin layer at a time.

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