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Like any manufacturing process, leveraging the full benefits of MIM or amorphous metals is achieved by developing application designs for the specific process. Both processes offer advantages, like precision and repeatability, to the medical market. Below are a few examples.

Potential applications

Each featuring a key attribute

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Suturing equipment
Strength
Every piece of suturing equipment must be able to endure several operations, and undergo often significant stress during the procedure.
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Minimally Invasive Devices
Precision
As minimally invasive equipment continues to become smaller and more complex, more demand is placed on manufacturers to ensure consistency and precision.
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Implantable Devices
Corrosion resistance
These critical devices must not only be biocompatible but outlive the patient many times over. Liquidmetal’s incredible as-cast corrosion resistance makes it a perfect candidate.
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Dental
Precision complex shapes
Dental equipment requires small, precise equipment with the highest strength and durability possible. These shapes are often machined for this reason, but with Liquidmetal these geometries can be molded with the same, if not tighter, tolerances.

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