Knit Fabrics


Key characteristics of knit fabrics:
Dimensional flexibility, Controlled elongation, Controlled porosity, Resistance to un-raveling.
The value of knit fabrics in an implantable medical device:
High degree of tissue in-growth, Controlled permeability, Controlled degree of elongation, Compressibility.

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