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7 Variables You Need to Consider when Printing and Marking on Anodized Aluminum Substrates on Medical Devices

The two most common choices for printing and marking medical devices on an anodized aluminum surface are laser and epoxy ink print. A third choice, Sanford Print™, where the ink is deposited into open pores of the anodic coating before being sealed, is a relatively recent addition.  Determing which printing method is best depends largely on printing requirements, intended use for the device, cleaning methods and the design of the device.  This paper discusses seven considerations to keep in mind when deciding what printing method to use.

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