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Additive Manufacturing - Journal - Elsevier
In the present scenario, the industries are looking for creating the model quickly and making the prototype. Additive manufacturing AM is a rising technology for a hefty choice of applications. This route has plenty of advantages such as the availability of a wide range of materials, fabrication speed and resolution of the final components. The current paper deals with the review of the recent developments in additive manufacturing methods and their applications. Further, the discussion has been made about the various materials used for additive manufacturing such as ceramic, polymer, composites and biomaterials. The survey denotes that fused deposition modeling has received the widespread attention of the researchers. Finally, some of the gaps in the research are found and reported.
A Review of Additive Manufacturing
Objectives: To review the current metal-based additive manufacturing AM technologies, namely powder bed fusion PBF technologies, and their current prosthodontic applications. Materials and methods: The literature on metal AM technologies was considered, and the AM procedures and their current applications in prosthodontics were collated and described. All studies related to the description, analysis, and evaluation of prosthodontic applications using metal AM technologies. Results and conclusions: AM technologies are reliable for many applications in dentistry, including metal frameworks for removable partial dentures RPDs , overdentures, tooth- and implant-supported fixed dental prostheses FDPs , and metal frameworks for splinting implant impression abutments.
The purpose of this literature review was to verify the laboratory efficiency of additive manufacturing AM systems for removable partial denture RPD frameworks. All available relevant articles in English published from to were found by searching online databases and by hand research. A total of 17 articles dealt with the surface roughness, fitness accuracy, and retentive forces of AM frameworks. The surface roughness of AM was inferior to that of casting and milling.