Advancing Medical Imaging-The Benefits of HBD 2D Tungsten Anti-Scatter Grids
In the field of medical imaging, 2D tungsten anti-scatter grid emerges as a notable innovation, offering improved performance for radiographic imaging applications.
The application of anti-scatter tungsten grid printed by metal 3D printing refers to the use of 3D printing technology to create grids made of tungsten, a dense and radiation-absorbing material. These grids are designed to reduce scatter radiation in medical imaging, such as X-ray and CT scans, by selectively allowing only the primary radiation to pass through while blocking scattered radiation. This technology improves the quality and clarity of medical images, aiding in accurate diagnosis and treatment planning. Metal 3D printing enables precise fabrication of these grids with intricate designs, enhancing their effectiveness and usability in various medical settings.
Tungsten, known for its unique properties, including ultra-thin walls and high density, plays a crucial role in the grid’s design. With a melting point of 3422°C, tungsten ensures high heat resistance, contributing to safety in medical applications.
Utilizing 3D printing technology, HBD grid stands out with versatile design options. This approach increases material density and allows for an adjustable beam shape, reducing X-ray scattering and enhancing imaging quality.
Efficiency in Manufacturing
HBD’s commitment to efficiency is reflected in its streamlined 3D printing assembly process, expediting product development while ensuring high precision in grid design.
Precision and Expertise
HBD forming process achieves ultra-thin walls with a precision of ±0.02mm, coupled with expertise in printing high-temperature metals. This results in a reliable and safe anti-scatter grid for medical applications.
With experience in supplying components for medical auxiliary systems, HBD serves as a reliable partner capable of optimizing customer design solutions at both technical and functional levels.
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