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Oxford Performance Materials: Is 3D Printing The New Face Of Orthopedics?

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With FDA approval of facial and cranial implants, Oxford Performance Materials, a materials and additive manufacturing (3D printing) company, is working to become a full service orthopedic and spinal company in the coming years.

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