Choose the right materials and machining processes for your medical devices, and you’ll get ahead of the competition.
A comprehensive understanding of medical manufacturing enables you to:
- Accelerate lead times and identify efficiencies.
- Improve quality, consistency, and precision.
- Finally, identify the supplier solutions needed to deliver the speed and quality you need.
The free, downloadable guide overviews and compares the top machining processes used for medical device manufacturing, including additive manufacturing, 3- and 5-axis machining, wire EDM, swiss turning, laser cutting, laser marking and engraving, and tumbling and polishing.
It also compares the most common metals and plastics used in medical device machining, such as PH 17-4 stainless steel, 300 series stainless steel, cobalt-chromium, aluminum, PEEK, Delrin, and Ultem.