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Diamond coating to improve implants

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Research at RMIT University has found that, diamond, as it is made from carbon, improves the biocompatibility of 3D printed titanium implants. Not only could a diamond coating lead to better biocompatibility for 3D-printed implants but it could also improve their wear and resistance. https://3dprintingindustry.com/news/rmit-3d-printed-implant-study-proves-bodies-thrive-off-diamonds-130360/
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By Lynn Wood

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