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Osseointegrative Lattice Design Workflows

September 8, 2022

In the case of orthopedic implants, 3D printing the lattice structures directly onto the device has enabled the designer to manipulate critical parameters such as beam thickness, pore size, and lattice density.

In this nTop Live, Yuki Okada, Technical Marketing Engineer at nTopology, shows you how to generate osseointegrative porous structures, make quick design changes, and easily create workflows that are reusable on other parts.

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