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What is biocompatibility of 3D printed materials?

How can 3D printing be used in the medical industry?

  • Most 3D printing technologies can effectively use biocompatible plastics, elastomers, and metals for prototypes and functional parts. Compared to other manufacturing technologies, 3D printing of biocompatible materials provides better possibilities in terms of complexity and customization, which is very important for the medical industry.

Which biocompatible materials are best for my application?

  • Biocompatible MED625FLX, MED610 and MED620 are ideal for medical and dental applications requiring precise visualization and patient contact. The materials are suitable for over 30 days skin contact and up to 24 hours mucosal membrane contact. MED610 and MED620 are also appropriate for up to 24 hours bone/skin contact.

What are the benefits of 3D printing dental partial implants?

  • No need for casting and assembling, dental professionals will be able to create the entire partial, including the framework and built-in teeth in a biocompatible 3D printing material with incredible strength and flexibility. The balance between inorganic fillers and the resin give the material its high strength and wear resistance.

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