G. Bas, W. Pirker, L. Kräuter, E. Güclü, L. Durakbasa:
"Developments in Biomedical Techniques Through Digital Transformation of Industry 4.0 - Applications in Tissue and Dental Implants";
in: "Proceedings of the International Symposium for Production Research 2018",
The biomedical techniques have been developed over the last decade rapidly through digitalisation, modern devices and sophisticated measurement equipment. In order to meet the demand in functionality of the non-technical structures, combined challenges of biological chemical and mechanical reactions need to be studied in detail. This study focuses on the latest developments with applications in modern production techniques and sophisticated measuring devices in strategic directions of tissue and dental implants. 3D printing of non- technical structures such as dental implants and scaffolds for tissue engineering are being researched. Computer tomography and techniques are applied to create and evaluate the shape of these structures targeting high accuracy and func- tionality. The digitalisation and modelling of the structures through advanced equipment are defined as key points in transition to the Industry 4.0 concept in biomedical technologies.
Biomedical techniques Tissue Dental implant 3D-printing Measurement technology High precision Industry 4.0
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