Entwicklung eines Prozesses zur Konstruktion von Hybrid-Implantaten für die Herstellung mittels additiver Fertigung

DS 111: Proceedings of the 32nd Symposium Design for X (DFX2021)

Year: 2021
Editor: Dieter Krause, Kristin Paetzold, Sandro Wartzack
Author: Martin Pendzik, Lydia Mika, Björn Scheibner, Stefan Holtzhausen, Ralph Stelzer
Series: DfX
Institution: Lehrstuhl für Konstruktionstechnik/CAD, Technische Universität Dresden
Section: Additive Fertigung
Page(s): 12
DOI number: 10.35199/dfx2021.18


Additive manufacturing is characterized by a high degree of individuality and flexibility with regard to design and product layout. This enables the integration of different functions in a component. Application specific parameters such as load-bearing capacity, biocompatibility and manufacturing restrictions play a role of varying relevance. The combination of these parameters suitable for the individual patient case (implants) often cannot be realized with only one material. At time, however, only limited research has been done on design, manufacturing and application of hybrid implants (use of several materials). The aim is to develop and evaluate a process for designing hybrid implants depending on individual requirements and to clarify whether automation of this is possible.

Keywords: Hybrid-Implants, Individual-Implants, Implant-Design, Process-Automatisation for Hybrid-Implants, Additive Manufacturing


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