11/7/2013

Additive Manufacturing for Production Medical Parts

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Various manufacturers have medical products in full production using additive manufacturing.

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The series of photos seen here illustrates medical products produced through additive manufacturing by a company specializing in medical product development. It’s worth saying, however, that various manufacturers have medical products well past development and into full production using additive manufacturing. Here are few examples of such companies: Adler Ortho (pictured), Exactech and Lima.

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