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In recent years, additive manufacturing (AM) or rapid prototyping (RP) technologies, initially developed to create prototypes prior to production for the automotive, aerospace, and other industries, have found applications in tissue engineering (TE) and their use is growing rapidly. RP technologies are increasingly demonstrating the potential for fabricating biocompatible 3D structures with precise control of the micro- and macro-scale characteristics. Several comprehensive reviews on the use of RP technologies, also known as solid freeform fabrication, Additive Manufacturing, direct digital manufacturing, and other names, have been published recently [1–4].
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