A micromolding expert examines the potential of 3D printed parts, parts molded from 3D printed mold inserts, and parts molded from traditional molds.
Invibio’s PEEK-Optima AM filament enables point-of-care printing of medical devices for orthopedic and related procedures.
A novel bioink can be used in standard printing processes and has potential for application in biomedicine and marine biology.
Chromatics’ 3D-printing technology fabricates parts reportedly as durable as injection molded components in a fraction of the time and at a more competitive cost.
The resorbable bone scaffolds are printed using polymers from Evonik’s Resomer portfolio.