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Selecting a Debinding Fluid for 3D Printed Components

Selecting a Debinding Fluid for 3D Printed Components

Written by David

September 1, 2020

The most common use of metal 3D Printing is to make simple manufacturing support items like jigs, fixtures, and other machine tooling. But it is also used for small-volume runs of very complex parts and intricate surgical instruments.

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Metal 3D printing, a subset of additive manufacturing, is gaining traction with medical device manufacturers today. They use metal 3D Printing in a variety of ways. The most common is to make simple manufacturing support items like jigs, fixtures, and other machine tooling. But it is also used for small-volume runs of very complex parts and intricate surgical instruments. Or to make highly-customized medical devices such as bone grafts, orthotics, and prosthetic limbs.

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In addition, device makers turn to metal 3D printing when security is a concern. Rapid in-house 3D prototyping, means device designs are never publicly shared, helping to ensure the confidentiality of their innovative new designs. There are many […]

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