3D printing and machining a hip replacement part with Tebis CAD/CAM

At Seco Tools' Inspiration Through Innovation, this year focusing on best practice for the medical sector, additive and subtractive manufacturing of an acetabular cup's optimal internal and external profiles was demonstrated.

The event is hosted by Seco, along with partners including Tebis, DMG Mori and Sandvik.

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