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- Mar 06, 2019

Stainless Steel for Medical, Extreme Temperature and Highly Corrosive Environments

Pollyanna Sidell - Associated Environmental Systems

 3D printing technology using stainless steel that can withstand extreme temperature and corrosion environments the same environmental tested by associated environmental systems

Desktop Metal Launches 316L Stainless Steel for Medical, Extreme Temperature, Highly Corrosive and Marine-Grade Environments.  Associated Environmental Systems works with engineers to develop testing methods to effectively test for research and production.

Corrosion test chambers such as The MX series and temperature chambers like the SD chamber have been used by companies to develop successful products and materials by testing their ability to withstand extreme temperature and corrosion testing.

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