The special issue focuses on different features related to the design of additively manufactured lattice structures for biomedical applications. In many cases, the process-structure- property relationship and technical features are discussed from a morphological, mechanical, and functional point of view. In particular, an overview of the Additive Manufacturing processes, software methods, and design criteria, which allow the direct fabrication of 3D porous structures and lattices with tailored properties, are reported. Accordingly, the current special issue aims at providing new insights into the development of advanced devices and illustrates theoretical/experimental approaches used by researchers working in the field.

Design of Additively Manufactured Lattice Structures for Biomedical Applications

Cali M.
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2020

Abstract

The special issue focuses on different features related to the design of additively manufactured lattice structures for biomedical applications. In many cases, the process-structure- property relationship and technical features are discussed from a morphological, mechanical, and functional point of view. In particular, an overview of the Additive Manufacturing processes, software methods, and design criteria, which allow the direct fabrication of 3D porous structures and lattices with tailored properties, are reported. Accordingly, the current special issue aims at providing new insights into the development of advanced devices and illustrates theoretical/experimental approaches used by researchers working in the field.
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