FibreTuff PAPC biomaterial compounds produce 3D Printing filament / powders to replace highly engineered compounds that are considerable more expensive and lack the necessary performance qualities. FibreTuff PAPC has better bone like qualities such as radiopacity, screw retention, sawing and cutting, with an ability to have variable bone size, densities through the 3D Printing process.
FibreTuff PAPC biomaterials are radiopaque compounds for 3D Printing, Injection molding and Extrusion. FibreTuff PAPC compounds have been 3D Printed successfully where other natural fiber thermoplastic compositions have failed due to high shear sensitivity and process temperature >220C. Secondary processes like machining, metal plating and compression molding have been qualified with PAPC.
FibreTuff PAPC has passed USP Class VI testing performed by NAMSA for temporary implants. These FibreTuff PAPC compounds are made with cellulose to produce filaments for 3D Printing in development of lower cost devices and eventually implants. Benefits in using FibreTuff PAPC compounds include no offensive odors at recommended processing temperatures, lowering material purchasing costs, reducing the cost in processing with minimal drying time, utilize standard sterilization methods - Autoclave and Gamma.
The FibreTuff® technology includes USPTO trademark, patent pending applications and patented compositions that include Polyamide, Polyolefin and Cellulose (PAPC) . The technology can provide some unique qualities and attributes for other industries - aerospace, automotive, building and construction, cosmetics. For more information www.woodcompositesandmolding.com
Universities, Medical Centers and Device companies are developing new products with FibreTuff PAPC. Contact FibreTuff for more details about purchasing, service centers and distribution to support your projects. email@example.com
FibreTuff PAPC filaments used to produce bone models that have the appearance, texture, feel and construction of human and animal bone.
FibreTuff PAPC filament can produce the most complicated bone prints with high resolution for medical uses.
Pamton 3D Commercial Printing has expertise in 3D Printing dentistry bone models using FibreTuff PAPC .
A spinal implant made with FibreTuff PAPC filament is Computed Tomography scanned at Toledo Clinic in Northwest OH.
FibreTuff PAPC filament when processed at the preferred temperature has no offensive odors unlike some competitive filaments that have bad actors or additives such as maleic anhydride, styrene, etc
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