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This article examines the use of 3D printing in bone tissue engineering. 3D printing delivers the ability to print porous scaffolds. These scaffolds are 3D biocompatible structures which are used as interventions when injuries are sufficiently large-scale as to prevent bone from completely self-healing. Scaffolds provide templates such healing and stimulate bone formation. For this to occur successfully, scaffolds must have very specific properties, such as mechanical support and particular interconnected porosity. Because a scaffold must be replaced by bone once the scaffold has fulfilled its intended use, without any scaffold remaining, the scaffold must be tailed to specific situations, primarily by varying pore size. There are many methods producing...