Join us at Rapid+TCT from May 17-19, 2022, at Huntington Place in Detroit, MI.
Learn more about Element’s testing services for additively manufactured medical devices. Visit us in Booth #2141 or request a meeting below. As a comprehensive testing partner, you’ll enjoy the benefit of a single-source supplier for all your testing needs, from feasibility and R&D to product development and production quality control. We offer a full suite of testing and would love to discuss how our medical device testing and regulatory expertise can help keep your project on track.
About the event
RAPID + TCT is known worldwide as North America’s most important and largest additive manufacturing event. RAPID + TCT provides everything you need to know about the latest 3D technologies, all under one roof. You will witness groundbreaking product announcements, experience hands-on exhibits, learn real-world additive manufacturing solutions from the industry’s most respected experts and network with thousands of industry peers. Learn more about the event here.
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