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Patient-specific solutions from the 3D printer

Dear Sir or Madam,

The year 2024 will continue to be characterized by exciting topics in the field of 3D printing. Many products from the world of medical technology already rely on this process and the number is increasing. The focus is shifting further towards the patient-oriented individualization of medical products, as you can read in our latest interview: Patient-specific solutions from the 3D printer!

This year, we would of course like to keep you up to date with exciting news from the world of medical technology. You will always find our articles in the COMPAMED magazine!

We hope you enjoy browsing and wish you a pleasant rest of the week

Simone Ernst
Editorial team COMPAMED-tradefair.com

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Interview: Patient-specific solutions from the 3D printer
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Patient-specific solutions from the 3D printer

Interview - SERVICES & ADVICE

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Complex 3D printing can be used to produce individualized parts for medical technology purposes. Robin Day, Head of the Energy Beam Processes department at the Fraunhofer Institute for Production Technology IPT, explains in an interview with COMPAMED-tradefair.com how companies are supported with advice and service.
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Automatedly measuring optical in-glass waveguides

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MANUFACTURING & DEVICES

Researchers at Fraunhofer IZM have now managed to develop a system that can automatically measure propagation losses in integrated optical waveguides, all part of the research project “Integrated Electro-Photonic Panel Systems” (EPho).
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Production of e-textiles: Vibrations lead the way

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MANUFACTURING & DEVICES

The German Institutes of Textile and Fiber Research Denkendorf (DITF) have developed a contacting process with which orientation aids - and e-textiles in general - can be produced more economically and conveniently.
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