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3D pringting titanium and titanium alloys

3D printing technology: Appeared in the mid-1990s, it is a technology based on digital model files, using glued materials such as powdered metal or plastic to construct objects by layer-by-layer printing. Metal 3D printing technology mainly includes selective laser melting, selective laser sintering, electron beam melting, etc. The printable materials include titanium alloy, cobalt chromium alloy, aluminum, stainless steel and other metal powders. The medical field typically uses 3D printed titanium and titanium alloy powders to form precision dental prostheses and orthopedic implants.

Biosafety: Whether the material products have the property of safe use, whether it will cause short-term or long-term damage to the human body due to the harmful components of the materials. As an emerging technology, 3D printing will change the biosafety of materials, which is a common concern in the industry. 3D printing Titanium and titanium alloys should be evaluated for biosafety through a series of biological tests prior to clinical application.