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Ana Paula Cysne Barbosa, Martin Bram, Detlev Stöver and Hans Peter Buchkremer Realization of a Titanium Spinal Implant with a Gradient in Porosity by 2-Component-Metal Injection Moulding Advanced Engineering Materials 15

Version of Record online: 11 JUN 2013 | DOI: 10.1002/adem.201200289

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In the current study, titanium spinal implants with a gradient in porosity were produced by combining the 2-Component-Metal Injection Moulding technique with the space holder method. Net-shape production was accomplished using feedstocks with and without space holder particles, in a fully automated injection process. The gradient in porosity is attractive for biomedical implants, as it combines low porous parts with high mechanical strength with highly porous parts, which promote a stable interlock between bone tissue and implant.

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