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Chilean startup Copper3D launches antibacterial filament for medical 3D printing applications

Antibacterial materials and filaments for 3D printing, something that many consider being a key development for biomedical 3D printing applications – are now widely available through a series of new materials introduced by Santhiago, Chile-based startup Copper3D. More than 40% of amputees suffer some type of skin complication due to the use of their prostheses. This phenomenon is also observed in non-amputee patients who use some type of orthopedic material. Dermic complications in this type of patients are produced by two main causes: the porous nature of the polymers used in the manufacture of prostheses and the complex geometry that

Source: Chilean startup Copper3D launches antibacterial filament for medical 3D printing applications

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