This case study explains how a manufacturer of knee femoral components improved the quality of its products while reducing the cost and environmental impact by using DLyte. The company replaced 2 surface finishing steps: a long, inconsistent abrasive polishing process and a tedious and health-hazardous manual buffing.
You’ll learn why dry electropolishing is the preferred process for surface finishing of knee femoral implants. You’ll also find out:
- Why dry electropolishing is more effective than current methods
- How dry electropolishing works
- The benefits of dry electropolishing for the medical device industry and
- Cost analysis of Dry electropolishing including CAPEX and OPEX
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