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New plasma process delivers superior surface treatment of titanium and polymer implants

Today, the materials used to create artificial implants include surgical grade stainless steel, titanium, titanium alloys and cobalt-chromium. Often the materials utilized to meet specific strength ... more

A complete AM solution for medical device manufacturers

Metal Additive Manufacturing (AM) – also known as metal AM or 3D metal printing – is becoming a driving force in the production of many of today’s medical devices. In fact, orthopaedic implants with ... more

Why choose a modular, cloud-based, manufacturing solution?

Implementing an MES (Manufacturing Execution System) can be an enormous undertaking as, in many cases, the system serves as a bridge between the shop floor and the management and is directly ... more

Continuous-fiber-reinforced thermoplastic composite offers benefits for lightweight structural safety components

Tepex continuous-fiber-reinforced thermoplastic composite materials from LANXESS have huge potential for use in many areas, including the lightweight construction of structural safety components. A ... more

Renishaw loans 3D printers to 30 schools for a second year

After a successful pilot year of its 3D printer loan scheme, where global engineering technologies company, Renishaw, loaned 30 local schools a 3D printer for three months, the company has continued... more

Digital engineering technologies expand the boundaries for business

Virtual twin experiences of the human body to open up new possibilities for life sciences and healthcare

Digital engineering technologies are enabling manufacturers to radically enhance their design approaches and their commercial offer. Andrew Borland, industrial engagement manager with the Virtual ... more
Dassault Systèmes has unveiled its strategic direction for the coming years, focused on transforming how people are cured and helping them live a better life by making the virtual twin experience of ... more

Keeping human error to a minimum in engineering and construction

Human error cannot be completely eradicated from a workplace. However, it's vital that it is managed and reduced, as human error can cause serious damage. In the construction and engineering sector, ... more

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