Performance Materials

A substantial number of companies rely on the Inversina for their work to manufacture many diverse and sophisticated products. This includes any circumstances where the perfect uniformity of ingredients is an absolute necessity to produce highly reliable parts used in expensive manufacturing processes, making new materials with previously unheard of properties, and/or ensuring patient safety. Performance materials manufactured with the Inversina include:

  • Medical Devices and Implants
    - Batteries for active implants (such as pacemakers)
    - Dental Implants and other bio-ceramic dental products
    - Surgical implants (such as ceramic hip and knee joints)
  • Consumer Care & Cosmetic Products
    - Skin cosmetics
    - Natural cosmetics
    - Polymers used for contact lenses
    - Other personal care products
  • Diamond, CBN, and solid carbide tools
    - used for grinding of extremely hard metallic or crystal materials
  • Industrial Biotech and Surface Biotechnology Products
    - Molecular testing and diagnostic devices
    - High resolution gels for electrophoresis
  • Coatings & Colors
    - Surface protection coatings for cars, planes, and spaceships
    - Conductors and insulation layers for electronic components
    - Sensitive ink for printing of unforgeable banknotes
    - Specialty ink for industrial toners and imaging devices
  • Fuel Pellets
  • Nanomaterials
  • and many more!
  • References:
    The Inversina is used by a high number of very successful and distinguished companies all around the world in a large variety of applications. We invite you to visit our Testimonials section. Personal references are available upon request.

  • Publications:

Improved biocomposite development of poly(vinyl alcohol) and hydroxyapatite for tissue engineering scaffold fabrication using selective laser sintering
Journal of Materials Science: Materials in Medicine, March 2008, Volume 19, Issue 3, pp 989-996

Combustion of Lunar Regolith/Magnesium Mixtures for the Fabrication of Construction Materials
Presentation at 51st AIAA Aerospace Sciences Meeting – doi: 10.2514/6.2013-590

Effects of sintering temperature on morphology and mechanical characteristics of 3D printed porous titanium used as dental implant Graham Gagg, Elaheh Ghassemieh, and Florencia Edith Wiria Materials Science and Engineering. 2013 Oct; 33(7): 3858-64

Hybrid Binder to Mitigate Feed Powder Segregation in the Inkjet 3D Printing of Titanium Metal Parts Saeed Maleksaeedi, Ganesh Kumar Meenashisundaram, Shenglu Lu, Mojtaba Salehi, and Wei Jun Metals - Open Access Metallurgy Journal, 2018 May; 8(5): 322

Selective Laser Melting of Novel Titanium –Tantalum Alloy as Orthopedic Biomaterial Florencia Edith Wiria, Swee Leong Sing, Wai Yee Yeong Proceedings of the 28th Annual International Solid Freeform Fabrication Symposium, 2017 – An Additive Manufacturing Conference. Reviewed Paper.

Effects of the TiC Nanoparticle on Microstructures andTensile Properties of Selective Laser Melted IN718/TiC Nanocomposites Xiling Yao, Seung Ki Moon, Bing Yang Lee, and Guijun Bi 2018 IOP Conference Series: Materials Science and Engineering. 317 012074

Effect of Fly-Ash Cenospheres on Properties of Clay-Ceramic Syntactic Foams Kristine Rugele, Dirk Lehmhus, Irina Hussainova, Julite Peculevica, Marks Lisnanskis, and Andrei Shishkin Materials (Basel). 2017 Jul; 10(7): 828

Effects of sintering temperature on morphology and mechanical characteristics of 3D printed porous titanium used as dental implant Materials Science and Engineering: C – Volume 33, Issue 7, October 2013, Pages 3858–3864

Printing of Titanium implant prototype Materials & Design – Volume 31, Supplement 1, June 2010, Pages S101–S105

Biodegradable implants with controlled bulk density Patent Application #20090123518, Durect Corporation, Cupertino CA, USA (2009-05-14)

Processing of polycaprolactone porous structure for scaffold development Journal of Materials Processing Technology, Volume 182, Issues 1–3, 2/2007, p117–121

Laser cladding and laser assisted direct manufacturing Surface and Coatings Technology, Volume 202, Issue 18, 6/2008, p4496–4502

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