Using additive manufacturing (AM) is now a serious consideration for medical device OEMs.
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The rise of cloud-based, Industry 4.0-level computing and networking technology is making multiple documentation and traceability requirements easier to navigate.
AP&T provides a case study of the work it did at a plant in Italy of Fiat Chrysler Automobiles (now Stellantis).
To address the changing requirements of component post-finishing processes, a closer collaboration between CAM and AM is needed.
Amorphous metals are ideal for medical devices created with 3D printing.
Robots simply are not used as widely as they could be, due to persistent barriers.
New materials for 3D printing are rapidly evolving.
Additive manufacturing manufacturers are beginning to refocus on innovation where the additive process begins—metal powder.
There is a wide range of precision measuring tools and gages that should be considered as basic requirements in a metalworking operation for ensuring good quality control processes.
Companies that integrate an additive strategy into their supply chains are going to be well positioned for the future.