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Pravin P. Honmane*, Akshay R. Yadav, Dr. Santosh K. Singh and Dr. Shrinivas K. Mohite


Three-dimensional printing (3DP) is a method of creating 3D objects from digital models by fusing or depositing materials into successive layers, which in a layer-by-layer process enables the manufacture of objects with various geometries. The method is also referred to as additive processing, quick prototyping or solid free-form manufacturing. 3DP technology has been available in engineering and various non-medical manufacturing sectors like the automobile, aerospace and consumer goods industries, but rapid developments in 3DP methods and the advent of robust biocompatible materials have enabled the pharmaceutical application of 3DP technology in recent years. 3DP would allow the broader acceptance of personalized medication due to the versatility and flexibility of modifying the configuration and dosage of the medications, allowing the devices to be individually programmed with the ability to change the added drugs. Personalization also has the ability to reduce the rising side effects of standardized dosage types. The latest ground breaking work on 3DP, concentrating on bioprinting and different forms of 3DP on drug delivery applications as well as the having much advantages in this research area.

Keywords: Three-dimensional printing, personalized medication, bioprinting, drug delivery.

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