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Advances in material science enable engineers to develop better solutions to design challenges, and Fort Wayne Metals has long been on the forefront on developing improved materials.

In this webinar, you will learn about:

  • Wire that comes off the spool straight and is used in applications ranging from staples to interventional guidewires,
  • Wire with a precisely controlled helical micro-groove,
  • Wire that is absorbed by the human body and harmlessly disappears over time.

Some of these materials are commercially available while others are still under development. All of them have the potential to change the way you design your devices.


Eric Dorman, Vascular Therapy Product Manager, Fort Wayne Metals
Dr. Jeremy E. Schaffer, Director of R&D, Fort Wayne Metals

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