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Evonik debuts RESOMER PrintPowder for 3D printed implantable medical devices

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German industrial chemical corporation Evonik has developed a Selective Laser Sintering (SLS) bioresorbable powder designed to create 3D printed implantable medical devices. Known as RESOMER PrintPowder, this material has been created to produce strong, durable parts with stress shielding capabilities to prevent bone loss as a result of an implant. Dr. Jean-Luc Herbeaux, SVP and General […]

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I'd love to hear if anyone is working with implantable medical devices.  What certification does the printing need? 

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