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Tested. Stable. Strong.



  • Pore size, count and porosity designed to allow biological fixation1,2 while maintaining strength.3
    • Porosity: 45-57%
    • Pore Size 130-390um


  • Offers equal amount of press-fit across the acetabulum as compared to elliptical cups4
    • Elliptical cups have been shown to have higher potential for intraoperative complications such as fracture.
  • High coefficient of friction combined with geometry create a predictable friction fit in the acetabulum
    • Result enables initial mechanical stability, which ultimately leads to biologic fixation.


  • Electron Beam Melting (EBM) integrates a porous and solid substrate versus a porous coating sintered to a solid surface.
  • Integrated material: High shear/tensile strength3


This video shows the manufacturing process for InteGrip

The animation illustrates vascularization of the porous material

1. Bertollo N, et al. Influence of electron beam melting manufactured implants on ingrowth and shear strength in an ovine model. J Arthroplasty. 2012 Sep;27(8):1429-36. doi: 10.1016/j.arth.2012.02.025. Epub 2012 Apr 11.*
2. Data on file at Exactech. TR-2010-021 Implant Fixation in an Ovine Model (EBM, DMLS, Plasma).*
3. Data on file at Exactech. TR-2010-006 InteGrip (EBM Porous Ti-Alloy) Material Qualification.**
4. Haidukewych G et al. Intraoperative fractures of the acetabulum during primary total hip arthroplasty. J Bone Joint Surg Am. 2006 Sep;88(9):1952-6.
*Animal studies are not necessarily predictive of clinical outcomes.
**Laboratory tests are not necessarily predictive of clinical outcomes.