3D Printing is the action or process of making a physical object from a three-dimensional digital model, typically by laying down many thin layers of a material in succession. At a rapidly growing rate, the medical industry continues to recognize the added value of 3D Printing for a vast range of medical applications. 3D Printing is now used in the development of new surgical cutting and drill guides, orthopedic implants, and prosthetics as well as the creation of patient-specific replicas of bones, organs, and blood vessels. and in many other.
Annals of 3D Printing in Medicine is an open access, peer reviewed journal which publishes translational and clinical research of international interest across all medical disciplines, enabling clinicians and other researchers to learn about developments and innovations within these disciplines and across the boundaries between disciplines. The journal welcomes Research articles, Review/Mini Review, case reports, Clinical Images, Short communications, Editorials, Letters to the editor, Monographs, Conference papers, conference reviews which will be peer-reviewed by the editorial board and are accessible to all the readers across the world.