Wacker's ACEO technology utilizes Drop-On-Demand approach which delivers precise drops of silicone material which flow into each other, building a continuous layer, layer is then cured with a UV light.
Additive manufacturing or 3D printing continues to evolve rapidly. From its humble beginnings as a solution for rapid prototyping now the industry is on the verge of challenging a wide variety of industries.
If the dynamic nature of the medical device industry drew you to it, you’re going to enjoy 2017. While many of 2016’s challenges – cybersecurity risk and merger mania – will continue this year, transformations are on the horizon.
#industry40 tranformation is very similar to LEAN transformation and hence companies can use similar strategies to achieve untapped productivity and profitability gains
An international team of physicians and medical device engineers made medical history in October 2015 when they successfully designed, manufactured and implanted a titanium sternum and rib cage in a person for the first time. Source: Additive Manufacturing Is Changing How Implants Are Made Additive Manufacturing to play a critical role in Industry 4.0 UK's… Continue reading Additive Manufacturing Changing How Medical Implants Are Produced