We’ve included a portion of the press release from Clemson University about a recent announcement featuring a new initiative: Materials Assembly and Design Excellence (MADE) in South Carolina. Poly-Med is proud to be a partner in this statewide initiative. CLEMSON, South Carolina — South Carolina’s position as a national leader in advanced materials just got […]
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Poly-Med’s Dr. Scott Taylor presenting at the Annual Advanced Medical Technology Association’s MedTech Conference Session.
Poly-Med CTO, Scott Taylor, recently contributed to a panel discussion at the MedTech Conference. The article below summarizes the panel discussion. Panel says 3-D printing opens many possibilities in med-tech production Medical Device Daily – 10/2/17 by Katie Pfaff SAN JOSE, Calif. – 3-D printing is a much lauded technology, but does it offer real […]
ASTM International standards are widely recognized for industry-leading work on creating consistency and supporting traceability for medical device development. The tagline “Helping Our World Work Better” is an excellent description of purpose. In reality, ASTM International is a volunteer organization where industry and academic collaborators develop standards to guide users in the selection, use, and […]
Poly-Med CTO, Scott Taylor, Ph.D. will be a featured panelist at the upcoming MedTech Conference. He will be joining industry leaders as a speaker on a panel titled, “Printing the Future: 3D Printing Today, Tomorrow and Beyond.” As Poly-Med continues to be at the forefront of this field in the bioresorbable polymer space, Dr. Taylor […]
The Poly-Med 3D printing team traveled to Florence, SC to visit with leadership at The Southeastern Institute of Manufacturing & Technology, The SiMT. We were impressed from the moment we drove up as our Poly-Med logo was shining big and bright on the large welcome screen. We toured the remarkable conference facility, advanced machining center, […]
Poly-Med CTO, Scott Taylor presented at MD&M East earlier this month at Tech Theater. Dr. Taylor’s presentation focused on 3D printing with bioresorbable polymers. The innovation in the additive manufacturing field is changing daily and Poly-Med is excited to be part of this transforming industry as we launched three 3D printing filaments in New York. […]
Poly-Med CTO, M. Scott Taylor, Ph.D. is featured in Medical Plastic News, North America. He explains why 3D printing has a huge medtech potential, especially as it relates to bioresorbable polymers. Poly-Med will officially launch its 3D printing filaments this summer. We strive to stay, “ahead of the game.” The article is on page 25 […]
Acute wounds have long represented a major focus for healthcare professionals and clinicians. While traditional wound care strategies have revolved around the use of sutures, staples, and tack-type devices, significant development has focused on the expansion of topical tissue adhesives and surgical sealants. Overall, the global market for wound care has reached over $10.8 billion […]
“If we can expand the number of biomaterials used in additive manufacturing, we can tackle a tremendous number of problems in all fields of reconstructive surgery and make enormous strides for the benefit of patients.” – Dr. Scott Hollister, University of Michigan1 3D-Printing. Additive manufacturing. Rapid prototyping. These buzz-phrases are always sure to attract attention […]
- Next Generation Bioresorbable Materials for 3D Printing Implantable Medical DevicesOctober 19, 2022 - 1:38 pm
3D Printing Approaches Overview: 3D printing (additive manufacturing) processes produce three-dimensional parts through addition of material in a layer by layer fashion. Resorbable materials may be 3D printed using a variety of approaches including fused filament fabrication (FFF), selective laser sintering (SLS), and resin-based methods such as stereolithography (SLA) and dynamic light processing (DLP). FFF […]