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    , biopsy tools, diagnostic cartridges and small parts needing 3-D geometry in polymer materials and favoring higher volume production due to tooling cost but lower piece price Restricted to metals so parts needing high strength, hard surfaces, or specific biocompatible metals such as mechanisms, implants
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    Mass Production of Medical Devices by Metal Injection Molding As the number of biocompatible metals available for injection molding increases, the process is becoming a practical option for manufacturers of implants and surgical instruments. As labor costs for medical manufacturing continue to rise
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    by layer to make physical parts including lattices. The technology lets doctors build medical implants with engineered porosities that facilitate bone ingrowth. Using CT-scan data as the basis of designs, users build implants shaped to match a specific patient's bones out of biocompatible metals
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    Inc. (Warsaw, IN) and member of the MMD Task Force, says that cobalt-chromium alloys and titanium are popular choices. Cobalt-chromium alloys exhibit corrosion and wear resistance. Titanium, a durable and biocompatible metal, is commonly used in heart valves, pacemakers, artificial hips and joints
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    Biocompatible Material Has Properties of Both Metals and Polymers As the demand for advanced implantable devices increases, the debate rages on as to which material is optimal for these in vivo applications. Biomaterial provider Invibio (Greenville, SC) has created a composite for implantables
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    A supplier of PVD coatings and technology to the medical device industry offers coating equipment for the deposition of biocompatible coatings. Coatings are deposited using various processes, including Ion Bond cathodic-arc PVD, enhanced-arc PVD, and unbalanced magnetron sputtering. The coatings
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    the use of conventional shape-memory metals. It is also easy to weld and join, and it has a strain recovery of 3.5%. The material can be used for orthodontic devices, implantable surgical devices, and nonimplantable surgical devices. Because it is biocompatible and more elastic than regular
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    such as biocompatible porous-titanium filters, implantable products, and metal filters for use in test stands. Exacting flows are essential to the medical device industry in applications such as drug- delivery systems and anaesthesia flow control, says marketing manager Patty Dillon. "Our porous metal

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