The aim of the study is the mechanical characterization of innovative Polyjet materials provided by Digital Anatomy Printer technology. The materials were designed in order to mimick the articular cartilage tissue and printed with patient specific geometries for the femoral cartilage, alongside with femur and tibia. Following the additive manufacturing process, mechanical tests were performed and a parallel finite element analysis was carried on in order to compare the results and validate the model.

Mechanical validation of Digital Anatomy Printed cartilages for personalized healthcare

DOLINO, GIANMARCO
2022/2023

Abstract

The aim of the study is the mechanical characterization of innovative Polyjet materials provided by Digital Anatomy Printer technology. The materials were designed in order to mimick the articular cartilage tissue and printed with patient specific geometries for the femoral cartilage, alongside with femur and tibia. Following the additive manufacturing process, mechanical tests were performed and a parallel finite element analysis was carried on in order to compare the results and validate the model.
2022
Mechanical validation of Digital Anatomy Printed cartilages for personalized healthcare
3D Printing
Mechanical tests
FEA
Image segmentation
Articular cartilage
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