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Cassidy James J, Norberg Brian L, Heckendorf Bradley R, Ko Ying: Dense/porous structures for use as bone substitutes. Cassidy James J, Norberg Brian L, Heckendorf Bradley R, Ko Ying, BURNS Todd J, October 24, 2002: WO/2002/083188 (1 worldwide citation)

A combination dense/porous structure includes a porous element having an outer surface defining a shape having a bulk volume, the element includes a continuous framework having struts defining a plurality of interconnecting interstices throughout the bulk volume. The porous element has interconnecti ...


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Cassidy James J, Norberg Brian L, Heckendorf Bradley R, Ko Ying: Dense/porous structures for use as bone substitutes. Cassidy James J, January 5, 2005: EP1492475-A2

A combination dense/porous structure includes a porous element having an outer surface defining a shape having a bulk volume, the element includes a continuous framework having struts defining a plurality of interconnecting interstices throughout the bulk volume. The porous element has interconnecti ...


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Marx Jeffrey G, Heckendorf Bradley R, Johnson James R, Venarsky John Jeffrey: Process for producing rigid reticulated articles. Phillips Origen Ceramic Technology, Marx Jeffrey G, Heckendorf Bradley R, Johnson James R, Venarsky John Jeffrey, SCHWAAB Richard L, May 25, 2001: WO/2001/036013

A process for producing a rigid reticulated article, includes: (a) providing a first dispersion of a ceramic or metal powder, a binder, and a solvent; (b) providing a reticulated substrate which has open, interconnected porosity; (c) contacting the reticulated substrate with the first dispersion to ...


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Marx Jeffrey G, Heckendorf Bradley R, Norberg Brian L: Injection molding with sacrificial inserts. Cerabio, Marx Jeffrey G, Heckendorf Bradley R, Norberg Brian L, BURNS Todd J, August 23, 2001: WO/2001/060581

Sacrificial inserts and molds for use in injection molding are disclosed. In one embodiment a sacrificial insert includes a water-insoluble insert which has a melting temperature greater than the injection molding melt temperature of the base material being molded. In another embodiment, a mold incl ...


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Marx Jeffrey G, Heckendorf Bradley R, Johnson James R, Venarsky John Jeffrey: Process for producing rigid reticulated articles. Phillips Origen Ceramic Techno, August 21, 2002: EP1231951-A1

A process for producing a rigid reticulated article, includes: (a) providing a first dispersion of a ceramic or metal powder, a binder, and a solvent; (b) providing a reticulated substrate which has open, interconnected porosity; (c) contacting the reticulated substrate with the first dispersion to ...