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Kunststoffe international 2018/04

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Individualized Implants Made from High Performance Polymers via Additive Manufacturing

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For individualized implants, mainly powder-based processes with titanium alloys are used in additive manufacturing. However, PEEK would have advantages in terms of imaging as well as its bone-like density and mechanics. Thus, the FFF process has to be adapted to the high demands of high-performance plastics like PEEK.

Dr.-Ing. Miriam Haerst; Stefan Leonhardt, M.Sc.,; Lea Strauss, B.Sc.,; Dr. med. Markus Eblenkamp

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2 Schwitalla, A., Spintig, T., Kallage, I., Wagner, R., Müller, W.-D.: Polyetheretherketon (PEEK) - ein vielversprechender Werkstoff für die Zukunft. umwelt-medizin-gesellschaft, 27 (2014) 4, pp. 255–261

3 Siewert, B., Parra, M.: A new group of material in dentistry: PEEK as a framework material used in 12-piece implant-supported bridges. Zeitschrift fur Zahnarztliche Implantologie, (2013) 2, pp. 148–159

4 Breuninger, J., Becker, R., Wolf, A., Rommel, S., Verl, A.: Generative Fertigung mit Kunststoffen: Konzeption und Konstruktion für Selektives Lasersintern, Springer Verlag, Berlin, Heidelberg 2013, pp. 23–112

5 Zhao, Y., Wong, H.M., Wang, W., Li, P., Xu, Z., Chong, E.Y.W., Yan, C.H., Yeung, K.W.K., Chu, P.K.: Cytocompatibility, osseointegration, and bioactivity of three-dimensional porous and nanostructured network on polyetheretherketone. Biomaterials, 34 (2013) 37, pp. 9264–9277

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