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Secondary Operations

Key Attributes Grid: Secondary OperationsComplex medical devices often require secondary operations to complete the assembly or fabrication process of molded or otherwise formed parts, including bonding, welding, and joining methods.

Eastman Tritan™ copolyester offers a unique combination of toughness and chemical resistance that makes molded components well-suited to secondary operations to complete the assembly or fabrication process. Parts made with Tritan have been successfully assembled in devices using a variety of mechanical, chemical, and thermal bonding methods, including ultrasonic, radio frequency, laser welding, and many other techniques. For a thorough discussion of secondary operations and how Tritan works with each method, click the brochure link below.

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