A worldwide leader in the production of hip stems, Marle also has extensive experience in industrializing instruments for orthopedic surgery. The Marle teams regularly develop proprietary manufacturing techniques, which improve ergonomics and operating effectiveness of instruments and insertion ancillaries.
With a massive investment of over one million euros, in early 2014, Marle established a workflow in clean rooms, which covers both the coating and packaging of orthopedic implants: the guarantee of maximum safety.
In early 2014, Marle integrated a plasma torch, which allows for the production of hydroxyapatite (HAP), a ceramic-based coating powder in a monolayer application. This investment will complement the technologies mastered internally by the leader of the industrial manufacturing of orthopedic implants in Europe.
3D printing technologies are used for a wide variety of applications such as customized implants, test parts, very small series, Marle equipment is at your disposal to give an efficient response to your projects.
Following its successful participation in june 2013, Marle will exhibit at Omtec 2014.
Marle will present its latest manufacturing capabilities in one of the most important trade show dedicated to orthopaedics.
Marle has recently set in place on another facility for knee implants to propose new services to its customers.
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