For highly accurate surgical guides and true-to-life medical device prototypes, PolyJet technology offers a range of material properties from rigid to flexible and opaque to transparent. For strong tooling, custom fixtures and end-use parts, FDM Technology works with production-grade materials, including high-performance thermoplastics.
Both technologies offer biocompatible materials, so you can take advantage of 3D printing’s scalability and geometric capabilities in patient care and advanced experimental work.
Learn more about how 3D printing is empowering healthcare heroes in the customer testimonials and expert information below.
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Acist Reimagines Medical Device Manufacturing With 3D Printing
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