The design potential of additive manufacturing, the engineering properties of polymers, the strength and electronic characteristics of metals and the cost and speed of injection molding.
Synthetic Metal technology (patent pending) has innovative applications in a broad range of industries including electronics, automotive, industrial, healthcare, military and aerospace.
Corrosion is defined as “the deterioration of a substance (usually metal) or its properties because of a reaction to its environment.”
Synthetic Metal Corrosion Anodes combine the strength and electronic characteristics of metal alloys with the engineering properties of polymers.
Enhanced initial fixation and bone ingrowth.
Design structures that mimic mechanics of the body.
Increased implant survival rate.
Increased quality of life and joint function status.
Synthetic Metal projectiles are engineered to replace monolithic nickel-plated bullets.
Compared to similar projectiles, Synthetic Metal projectiles have 32 to 38% less felt recoil, 65 to 75% more velocity and 25 to 30% more kinetic energy.
Synthetic Metal™ projectiles have "reduced over-penetration” and “more stopping power”.
If you are researching new additive manufacturing technologies, we can help you find the right solution. Our goal is to work with our customers and bring innovative solutions to their challenges.
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