3D printing in the medical marketplace has seen a major surge as the technology has advanced. Thanks to 3D printing, medical device engineers can print almost anything they can imagine.
Let's explore how 3D printing has changed the game for medical device manufacturing in prototyping, orthopedic products, and surgical instruments.
Direct metal laser sintering (DMLS) is a manufacturing technology that significantly accelerates prototyping and product development. DMLS also makes previously unattainable geometries practical in production runs.
Learn everything you need to know about improving your manufacturing with DMLS.
Computer numerical control machining, or CNC machining, is an advanced manufacturing process that uses a computer to guide the motion of a cutting tool to remove material. This technology is used in a variety of machine tools including 3- and 5-axis mills, lathes, laser cutters, wire EDM, and others.
Uncover which materials can be manufactured with CNC machining.
Direct metal laser sintering (DMLS) is a specific type of additive manufacturing (aka 3D printing) that uses a high power, high density laser to melt and fuse metallic powders together.
Find out which materials can be manufactured with DMLS in this resource.
Choose the right materials and machining processes for your medical devices, and you’ll get ahead of the competition.
In our free guide, you'll get an overview and comparison of the top machining processes used for medical device manufacturing, along with the most common metals and plastics used in medical device machining.
PH 17-4 and 300 series stainless steel varieties offer a range of applications and machining options. Each delivers unique benefits depending on the component needed.
In this resource, we highlight the pros and cons of each stainless steel variety, along with use cases, machining processes, and more.
We have a reputation for creating innovative products to meet our aerospace customers’ needs and demands. Take it from this long-time Metalcraft Solutions’ customer, who trusted us to manufacture a lightweight fuel filter cap that required less downtime.
Many manufacturers trust traditional materials and processes because that’s “what we’ve always used” to get the job done. But alternative technologies and materials are evolving.
If you use chrome plating because “we’ve always done it that way,” it might be time to explore other options. This article offers pros and cons of chrome plating vs. stainless steel.
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Metalcraft Solutions uses laser cutting technology to process sheet metal, rubber, and plastics. Two common alternatives are plasma cutting and water jet cutting. Depending on the component size, required precision, or urgency of the order, one cutting method may be better than the other.
Uncover the difference between laser cutting, plasma cutting, and water jetting.
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