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3D Printed Biomedical Prototypes: Dielectric and Optical Properties
  • A S Bhattacharyya
A S Bhattacharyya
Central University of Jharkhand, Centre of Excellence in Green and Efficient Energy Technology (CoE-GEET), Department of Metallurgical and Materials Engineering

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The dielectric and optical properties of materials are important when creating biomedical prototypes utilising additive manufacturing or 3D printing. For high-frequency devices, characteristics such as dielectric constant, resistivity, and dielectric loss are used. Piezoelectric materials, such as polymer ceramic composites, have a significant impact on diagnostics and bone healing. 3D printed lenses and other metamaterial-based optical elements are employed in imaging and sensing applications incorporating polarisation and plasmonic characteristics.