Properties of Composites with Calcium Phosphate Filled Polymer Matrix, Obtained Using Stereolithographic Printing for Ceramic Materials with Prescribed Pore-Space Architecture
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The process of removing an organic component from composites (photopolymer/calcium phosphate) with complex architecture, which are obtained by 3D-printing in order to create personalized bioceramic implants, was studied. Ceramic materials with complex pore-space organization were obtained by stereolithographic printing. It is shown that the degree of polymerization of the composite influences the final density of the calcium phosphate ceramic materials with complex architecture.
Key wordsbioceramic tricalcium phosphate additive technologies 3D printing stereolithography osteoconductivity sintering
This work was performed under RSF Grant No. 14-19-00752-P.
The results used in this work were obtained on equipment acquired under the program of development of Moscow University.
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