November 10-14, 2019
Additive manufacturing has a great potential, especially in the medical area where patient individual parts are required. However, there is still a lack of biocompatible materials which are printable and meet the high requirements of the targeted fields of end-use application (indirect dental restoration and earmolds). For this purpose, new types of inorganic-organic hybridpolymers (ORMOCERÒs) with the indispensable biocompatibility, combined with an adapted profile of properties, have been developed.
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Herbert Wolter, Carina Kolb, and Somchith Nique, "Additive manufacturing of monomer-free ORMOCER®-based composites for dental and audiological application" in "Composites at Lake Louise 2019", John Kieffer, University of Michigan, USA Erik Spoeke, Sandia National Laboratories, USA Meisha Shofner, Georgia Institution of Technology, USA Eds, ECI Symposium Series, (2019). https://dc.engconfintl.org/composites_all_2019/40