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3D Printing of Flexible Composites via Magnetophoresis: Toward Medical Application Based on Low-Frequency Induction Heating Effect
Macromolecular Materials and Engineering  (IF4.367),  Pub Date : 2021-09-15, DOI: 10.1002/mame.202170030
Ziyin Xiang, Van-Cuong Nguyen, Benjamin Ducharne, Nellie Della Schiava, Jean-Fabien Capsal, Pierre-Jean Cottinet, Minh-Quyen Le

Inside Front Cover: In article number 2100211 by Minh-Quyen Le and co-workers, an extrusion-based printing technique with magnetic alignment capability is reported. Optimization of the filed direction and magnitude are explored to get the best compromise between the material performance as well as its shape fidelity. Successful heating temperature has been achieved through the 3D printed composite, confirming high reliability of the proposed approach in application of endovenous thermal ablation.
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