How In Process Quality Assurance (IPQA™) is Driving Global Large Scale Adoption of Metal Additive Manufacturing
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Quality control of laser additive manufactured medical implants is of great interest, especially if nondestructive quality control can be performed on parts before implantation.
In-process quality assurance using melt pool-plasma radiated emissions can identify the presence of thermally generated anomalies when captured during the laser additive process and analyzed using PrintRite3D® visualization and real time melt pool analytics software.
Sigma Labs recently conducted research to test PrintRite3D®’s capability to identify anomalies in medical device 3D printing applications with excellent results.
PrintRite3D® successfully found critical anomalies and recommended corrective actions in the production of acetabular cup implants used in hip replacement surgeries.