This research presents the outcomes of an adaptation of the QbD approach to custom 3D printed bone implants. The herein suggested QbD framework will ensure that 3D printed bone prostheses will be able to produce error free products for consumers, which will lead to heightened confidence in this emerging manufacturing technology.
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