SteriPack offers state-of-the-art additive manufacturing of metal and polymer components for life science markets and other regulated markets. The featured equipment at SteriPack allows the ability to deal with prototyping as well as serial production. We can support R&D activities with design for manufacturing, design verification, test method development and process development as end-to-end solution provider.
SteriPack is one of the first official Carbon Certified Production Partners, a prestigious network of the industry’s leading design firms and contract manufacturers. All of which have implemented Carbon’s technology and demonstrated advanced capabilities in additive manufacturing, design & production. Using the revolutionary Carbon Technology, our polymer production line offers the perfect manufacturing platform for a wide range of applications.
Carbon’s Digital Light Synthesis™ technology fuses light and oxygen to rapidly produce polymer products from a pool of resin. By overcoming limitations of conventional 3D printing, DLS makes it possible to digitally produce parts with unmatched quality and surface finish, and at volumes and speeds never before possible. This technology also allows designers and engineers to create parts, from a range of materials, using complex geometries that are impossible to produce using traditional manufacturing methods.
SteriPack’s 3D Printing polymer processing capabilities include a range of materials, including materials that meet the requirements of USP VI, ISO 10993-5 and ISO 10993-10.
SteriPack additive polymer processing capabilities:
- MPU – Multi-purpose Polyurethane: bio compatible, sterilisable and durable (USP VI, ISO 10993-5 & ISO 10993-10).
- EPU – Elastomeric Polyurethane: highly elastic, tear resistant and resilient (ISO 10993-5 & ISO 10993-10).
- SIL – Silicone: soft touch, bio compatible and tear resistant (ISO 10993-5 & ISO 10993-10).
- RPU – Rigid Polyurethane: versatile, tough and rigid (ISO 10993-5 & ISO 10993-10).
- FPU – Flexible Polyurethane: impact resistant
- CE – Cyanate Ester: high temperature resistant and stiff
- EPX – Epoxy: temperature resistant, strong and tough
- UMA – Urethane Methacrylate: manufacturing jigs and fixtures
- Other polymer materials
By working closely with clients, SteriPack can help you focus on product adjustments and optimisation in different phases of a product’s life. With years of experience in the industry, SteriPack is able to optimise the design and development process, foreseeing possible risks before the product reaches production.
3D Printing applications:
A cost-effective solution
Uniquely suited to high-mix, low-volume medical products while accelerating product innovation. One-off or short-run projects, which using traditional manufacturing methods are too expensive to bring to life, now can be produced through additive manufacturing.
The wide range of production grade materials gives much more design freedom resulting in expanded flexibility and mass customization. Latticing structures, digital texturing or complex geometries can now be produced at a production scale. We are introducing a faster path to market by quickly producing new design iterations without the need for tooling.
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