Italy based international company LimaCorporate has published its unveiling of a new Research & & Innovation Center (R&I Center) and an Advanced Laboratory for Testing and Analysis (ATLAs). Another launch it has unveiled is the opening of an Advanced Laboratory for Testing and Analysis (ATLAs).
LimaCorporate specializes in orthopedics. Its latest facilities be located in the headquarters of LimaCorporate in Udine, Italy. The offices will be devoted solely to additive manufacturing and advanced experiment applications.
Covering almost 1,000 sq m, the latest offices will work to reinforce the partnership between the company and different departments. The aim is to make fresh and novel product offers.
The R&I Center will host a variety of production and medicinal imaging machines. It will be run by a group of more than fifty engineers. Also, the team at the hub will utilize additive manufacturing and valuable data gathered in every production task. This is to grow a state-of-the-art implant works.
LimaCorporate engineers at the ATLAs laboratories will handle test confirmation and duplication of fresh stuff. This verification will also be of orthopedic solutions and manufacturing procedures. The laboratories will serve a crucial function in inaugurating and unveiling new additive manufacturing-based orthopedic services.
An Industry 4.0 Web App will manage ATLAs. The App will offer full digital data and activities flow.
All the latest facilities based in Italy will reinforce the broader operations of LimaCorporate. They will also sharpen in on novel product growth. The facilities will offer global benefits as well as present the latest partnership possibilities for the company. This is by luring surgeons, firms, and scientists from around the orthopedic field.
One year back, LimaCorporate declared an important breakthrough in the field of additive manufacturing orthopedics: The company set the primary 3D printing facility for design implants in a hospital setting. This was in collaboration with the Hospital for Special Surgery (HSS) in New York.
LimaCorporate constructed a 3D printing center at the infirmary instead of shipping pieces from its offices to the hospital. The aim of the company is to lessen the waiting period for custom implants to enhance patient care.