Bioabsorbable polymers are designed to be there when you need them and gone when you don’t need them anymore. But striking the right balance between adequate mechanical strength during the medical device’s useful life and suitable degradation rate can be challenging.
If the polymer degrades too fast, the device will lack the required mechanical integrity…
Change is Hard: How to make the switch to a different bioabsorbable polymer for your approved/cleared device.
After years in development, your medical device was finally approved or cleared by the FDA and is now on the market. Whether your device was 100% or partially made with a synthetic bioabsorbable polymer, you probably had to compromise with the polymer properties and functional performance because you could not find a polymer that met all your design requirements…
Whether you’re manufacturing 3D printers or just bought a shiny new 3D printer to work with, even the best one can be rather useless without the right ink.
What’s the right ink? Only you know that. You know the material properties you’d like to have and what the printed part should be able to do, and not do, but finding a polymer that meets those requirements is easier said than done…
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