Thick-gauge thermoforming enhances design, reduces cost of large medical device parts

Thick-gauge thermoformed plastics can be used for medical applications such as MRI and blood analysis equipment and CT and PET scanners. The technology produces durable, lightweight parts with antiabrasion properties, crisp features, and fine surface detail. Moreover, some vendors can thermoform parts as large as 9 X 13 ft, expansive enough for even the largest MRI covers, and options now include embedding antimicrobial materials and twin-sheet thermoforming. Tagging Options Domain:  All Sites Keywords:  Thermoforming Medical Polymers read more

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Thick-gauge thermoforming enhances design, reduces cost of large medical device parts

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