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• Drill a hole in the PMMA where the surface is plane. Fix it then on the aluminium bar using a washer to provide better support (Fig.B.9, left).

• Place the +2/3 part of the print-out on bone and fix it to the sample holder (Fig. B.9, left).

• Align the perpendicular line at C+2/3 position with blade and cut out the C+2/3 cube following the steps explained above.

– First, two transversal cuts.

– Then, two radial cuts.

– Finally, two axial cuts (Fig. B.9, right).

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Figure B.9: Cutting of the C+2/3 specimen.


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