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In the last decade, additive manufacturing  technology,  including  three-dimensional  (3D)  printing, has developed dramatically. Color 3D printing has  also  evolved  to produce  full-spectrum  colored solid objects utilizing a range of materials.  With the evolution  of  various  3D  imaging  techniques, accurate acquisition and transformation of target object geometric data into 3D digital models can be achieved. By combining the 3D image capture and printing techniques, there is huge potential to reach the goal of “What you see is  what  you get.” It  has  the  ability  to  directly   interconnect  with advanced manufacturing techniques, allowing customization  with  excellent  accuracy  resulting in time and costs savings.
There has been huge potential to develop automated additive manufacturing technology  for  facial prosthetics.   

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