May 17, 2023
Prototypes and production parts are more difficult to make using 3D printing technologies when miniaturization is a critical factor. This is particularly true for manufacturing precision medical components used in cell therapy, diagnostics, cardiovascular, and structural heart applications.
Two problems that commonly surface within these applications are filtering extremely small fluid volumes and accommodating small, very complex components within medical devices.
Read this white paper to learn how micro-precision 3D printing is helping to solve two common challenges within medical device manufacturing.
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