Qualifying 3D-printed replacement parts for use in critical medical products
In response to urgent need during the COVID pandemic, EWI
conducted a study to validate the use of polymer additive manufacturing to make
replacement parts for medical ventilators. The results of this research
demonstrate that high-quality, leak-tight parts can be made quickly and
efficiently using the 3D printing technology.
To read the details of this work, you are invited view a
paper by EWI associates Jeff Ellis and Dan Kowalik, Evaluating the
Feasibility of 3D-printed Parts for Medical Ventilators with Quantitative Leak
Testing. The paper can be downloaded for free by submitting the form on
For more information about using additive manufacturing
processes to produce polymer parts, contact [email protected].
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To view the paper, please submit the form above.
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