Designing for Polymer Additive Manufacturing: Some Considerations
RIM, or Reaction Injection Moulding, is a low volume manufacturing process used to produce high-strength, lightweight, and complex parts made of polyurethane or other thermosetting polymers. Commonly associated with the automotive industry; but it can be very useful for manufacturing parts for other sectors, too.
Designing for Polymer Additive Manufacturing of Medical Devices: Some Considerations
Infographic: Materials Spotlight PA 11 Nylon for Medical & Healthcare
Little over the last two years has driven a market trend in the medical and healthcare sector as fast as the advent of utilising additive manufacturing methods for creating custom orthoses and prostheses.