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R. Ian Campbell

Researcher at Loughborough University

Publications -  17
Citations -  1595

R. Ian Campbell is an academic researcher from Loughborough University. The author has contributed to research in topics: New product development & Product design. The author has an hindex of 11, co-authored 16 publications receiving 1212 citations. Previous affiliations of R. Ian Campbell include Vaal University of Technology.

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Comparing additive manufacturing technologies for customised wrist splints

TL;DR: In this article, the suitability of four different additive manufacturing (AM) processes to assess their suitability in the context of upper extremity splinting was compared using a digital design workflow that combined recognised clinical best practice with design for AM principles.
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Using RP to promote collaborative design of customised medical implants

TL;DR: In this paper, the Integrated Product Development research group of the Central University of Technology, Free State, South Africa is applying various CAD/CAM/RP technologies to support a medical team from the Grootte Schuur and Vincent Palotti hospitals in Cape Town, to save limbs as a last resort at a stage where conventional medical techniques or practices may not apply any longer.
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Computer-aided design to support fabrication of wrist splints using 3D printing: A feasibility study

TL;DR: A novel digitised splinting process using 3D printing in an attempt to overcome issues contributing to poor patient compliance for splint wear, and shows promise for the benefit of both practitioners and their patients.
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A comparative evaluation of industrial design models produced using rapid prototyping and workshop‐based fabrication techniques

TL;DR: In this paper, the 3D computer aided industrial design geometry for a consumer product was translated into appearance models using the contrasting techniques of workshop-based fabrication techniques and rapid prototyping using stereolithography.