In a fast-moving market which thrives on continuous advances in Research & Development (R&D), the planned Polymer Innovation Centre will increase capacity to turn lab concepts – engineers' dreams – into real-world solutions and processes that can sustain mass production. The facility will enable the scaling up of new products and applications to full commercialization for Victrex's global customers.
During JEC Europe in Paris from March 10-12, Victrex (Hall 7.2, Stand F41) will focus on delivering its cutting-edge solutions to the Aerospace and Energy sectors including the new Victrex hybrid molding technology enabling an unmatched combination of strength and design flexibility in aerospace components.
Implantable polymer adopted by Karmed Saglik Group for spinal fusion device.
RelaxBogen GmbH relies on the tried and tested stability, strength and biocompatibility of PEEK-CLASSIX® from Invibio
Leading surgeons reveal results at Eurospine 2014: polymer spinal parts lead to significantly lower failure rates and zero breakages.
High performance polymer solutions provider invests in new facilities at UK headquarters.
Invibio Biomaterial Solutions will highlight the compelling case for the use of breakthrough PEEK-OPTIMA HA Enhanced polymer in spinal interbody fusion procedures.
Every application requiring engineering polymers necessitates a different approach from concept to implementation. This award from Ensinger Inc., which we are highly honored to receive, is a gratifying confirmation of the way in which we have consistently worked to be a solutions partner, not just another plastics company.
Trauma plates with 50x greater fatigue resistance compared to metal offer new treatment options and significant cost-saving potential for healthcare providers.
Victrex has developed a new PAEK-based polymer and an innovative hybrid molding technology. This allows engineers to overmould a PAEK-based composite with fiber-reinforced PEEK injection molding materials. The polymeric advancement allows engineers to design stronger, lower cost components that are up to 60% lighter than typical metal and thermoset systems.