SSF’s most current projects involve the fabrication and assembly of Class 3 devices intended for long term human implantation. No longer limited to silicone elastomers, today we are involved in projects employing novel biomaterials such as biologically-derived gels, hybrid thermoplastics, and carbon composites to name a few. Recent projects have included manufacturing shunts made from a porcine-derived biomaterial and casting bioresorbable films for orthopedic applications.
Visit SSF at Compamed and find out more. Dusseldorf – Nov. 14-16, Hall 8B, MER-Europe’s booth K09.
Update: MER does not represent this company anymore. However, if you are interested in the mentioned capabilities – please do not hesitate to contact us and we will be pleased to refer you.