Medical Engineering Unit (Meu)

The University of Nottingham

Category: Fabrication and Classification

“The Medical Engineering Unit (Meu) Is Engaged In Manufacturing Items For Use In Medical Research, Education, And Clinical Care, As Well As In The Commercial Arena.

Based Within The School Of Biomedical Sciences The Meu Is Responsible For Responding To The Requirements Of Research And Industry, Offering One-Off Prototyping Through To Small Batch Production.

Thanks To The Integration Of Cad/Cam Systems, Advanced Cnc Equipment And Associated Expertise, The Meu Is Able To Design And Build High-Quality Equipment And Medical Devices To Customer Requirements.

The Spectrum Z510 Full Color System Produces High-Definition, Full-Color Prototypes. Inkjet Printing Technology Creates Parts With Crisply Defined Features, Enhanced Accuracy, And Precise Color, So You Can Print And Evaluate Physical Models Of Design Concepts In Their Nearly Finished State.

Rapid 3D Printing Of High-Definition Models Means You No Longer Have To Wait For Prototypes. This 24-Bit Color, 3D Printing Capability Produces Color Models That Accurately Reflect Your Original Design Data. Color Models Communicate More Information Than Any Other Type Of Rapid Prototype, Providing You With A Strategic Advantage In Product Development. Only Z Corporation’S 3D Printers Are Capable Of Printing In Multiple Colors. Other 3D Printers Billing Themselves As Color Capable Are In Fact Monochrome Machines That Can Only Print One Color At A Time, Requiring The User To Laboriously Assemble Various Monochrome Parts Into Something That Resembles A Full Color Model.


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