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3D PRINTING TO COMBAT THE COVID-19 PANDEMIC

A IMPRESSÃO 3D NO COMBATE A PANDEMIA DO COVID-19

Vitor Alberto Nascimento, Souza; Marcus V. Mendes, Gomes;

Artigo completo:

The present study aims to analyze the means of reviewing the literature, the use of 3D printing during the first months of the COVID-19 pandemic. A review used a search engine from Derwent Innovation. The results indicated six articles, of which three studies were reviews and research on online sources and three other articles that reported practical experiences of product development. According to the studies surveyed, concluded that 3D printing has great problem solving capacity and presents itself as an important option in situations where exposing quick and customized responses. Future research is needed to assess how 3D printing sees real contributing to health challenges.

Artigo completo:

O presente estudo tem como objetivo analisar por meio da revisão da literatura, a utilização da impressão 3D durante os primeiros meses da pandemia do COVID-19. A revisão utilizou a ferramenta de busca da Derwent Innovation. Os resultados indicaram seis artigos, dos quais três estudos foram revisões e pesquisa em fontes online e outros três artigos que relataram experiências práticas de desenvolvimento de produto. De acordo com os estudos levantados, conclui-se que a impressão 3D possui grande capacidade de resolução de problemas e se apresenta como uma importante opção em situações onde requerem repostas rápidas e customizadas. Futuras pesquisas é necessário para avaliar de que maneira a impressão 3D veem efetivamente contribuindo nos desafios dentro da área de saúde.

Palavras-chave: 3D printing; COVID-19; additive manufacturing,

Palavras-chave: Impressão 3D; COVID-19; manufatura aditiva,

DOI: 10.5151/siintec2020-3D

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Como citar:

Vitor Alberto Nascimento, Souza; Marcus V. Mendes, Gomes; "3D PRINTING TO COMBAT THE COVID-19 PANDEMIC", p. 1-6 . In: Anais do VI Simpósio Internacional de Inovação e Tecnologia. São Paulo: Blucher, 2020.
ISSN 2357-7592, ISBN: 2357-7592
DOI 10.5151/siintec2020-3D

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