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Paper Title: 3D Printing Technology for Pharmaceuticals; A Public Review
Authors Name: G.Bindu , J.Bharathi , C.Sneha , R.Sabharish Kumar , M.Kishore Babu
Unique Id: IJSDR2211060
Published In: Volume 7 Issue 11, November-2022
Abstract: Three-dimensional printing is an ultra-modern technique that allows three-dimensional objects with various geometrics in a layer-by-layer process by depositing the material on a substrate. The 3D printing technique was granted in 1986. This technique provides various solid dosage forms containing multiple drugs with excipients to obtain immediate (or) delayed release i.e., enteric coated, buccal tablets, sublingual tablets, orodispersible and so on. It has become one of the most additive manufacturing processes based on computer-aided design software. To change the form and dosage of products, 3D printing technique permit extensive acceptance of customized medicines due to contrast and modesty. The obvious benefits of 3D printing are emphasized and has become an effective instrument presenting as a technology of accurate manufacturing of individually developed dosage forms, tissue engineering and modelling of disease. The numerous 3D printing technologies that can be accepted in various personalized and selectable medicines are selective laser sintering, fused deposition modelling, semi-solid extrusion and stereolithography, thermal ink jet printing, ink jet printing, zip dose, laser-based writing system, continuous layer interface production, power-based 3D printing, 3D technology for creating biological tissues (3D bioprinting).3D technology is designed one of the assuring areas of the medicine. This system has prospect to open up new probabilities that are ambitious to elaborate. The allowances of 3D printing technology in compounding pharmacies include capacity to build tablets of any shape and size, capacity to arrange the dosage individually for each patient, capacity to determine the number of active substances in creation of tablet, remove (or) replace individual component. The risks and undesirable consequences of 3D printing technology include high energy consumption, 3D printing equipment and materials charge make the technology overprice, the materials that can be used are finite and some are still under development, 3D printers operate high-voltage power supplies, technical equipment and parts which cause them hard to apply and handle. 3D printers are time-consuming when it comes to manufacturing many objects. 3D printing technology could reconstitute and re-shape the world. Advances in 30 printing technology can obviously change and enhances the way we manufacture products and produce goods. World-wide and many companies are already using the technology to consistently produce complex components. For e.g. In automotive and aerospace manufacturing.
Keywords: Three-dimensional printing, Ultra-modern technique, Additive manufacturing, Computer-aided design software, Stereolithography, Thermal ink jet printing.
Cite Article: "3D Printing Technology for Pharmaceuticals; A Public Review", International Journal of Science & Engineering Development Research (www.ijsdr.org), ISSN:2455-2631, Vol.7, Issue 11, page no.373 - 384, November-2022, Available :http://www.ijsdr.org/papers/IJSDR2211060.pdf
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Published In: Volume 7 Issue 11, November-2022
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