China medical industry CNC Machining Service & medical Parts Manufacturer
CNC medical machining is a process that creates custom medical components with the most fantastic accuracy possible. We are a trusted China manufacturer of medical CNC parts. We have over thirty years of medical CNC machining experience, and our skilled machinists can create various custom medical parts.
Our Medical Manufacturing services
Medical parts must be precise, accurate, and free of defects. That is why manufacturers of medical devices, implants, and surgical instruments choose to work with us.
Our engineers are experts in CNC milling and turning and can produce small parts with the highest precision. We also offer a superior finish that helps to protect medical parts from corrosion and wear. The following are our machining services for medical parts. We also machine marine, automotive, and military parts.
Five-axis CNC machining
5-axis CNC machines can produce parts with very tight tolerances and a very smooth surface finish.
In addition, 5-axis CNC machining can also produce parts with complex shapes and geometry.
That makes 5-axis CNC machining an ideal technology for producing medical parts.
5-axis CNC machines are also very versatile and can be used to produce parts from a wide range of materials, including metals, plastics, and composites.
Swiss precision CNC machining
Swiss precision CNC machining is a highly accurate form of machining often used in the medical field.
Our Swiss precision CNC machining can manufacture many parts, including implants, prosthetics and other devices that need to be very accurate.
CNC machining is our strong point and we offer turning and milling services. Meanwhile, we can manufacture rapid prototypes and production parts in a matter of days.
CNC turning&milling machines can produce a variety of precise medical parts, such as implants, prostheses, and surgical instruments.
In addition, CNC machining can also manufacture models for preoperative planning and training.
With the help of CNC technology, surgeons can better understand the patient’s condition and plan the operation more accurately.
Injection molding is a process that can fabricate medical components from a variety of different materials.
It involves injection of molten material into a mold cavity, where it cools and solidifies to take on the shape of the cavity.
In recent years, injection molding has been increasingly used to manufacture medical parts such as implantable devices and prosthetics.
Injection molding offers a number of advantages for the production of medical parts.
3D Printing Service
3D-printed medical parts are becoming increasingly common, as the technology allows for the creation of highly customized and precise components.
For instance, 3D-printed implants can be made to perfectly match a patient’s anatomy, while 3D-printed prosthetics can be designed to maximize comfort and functionality.
3D printing can manufacture models of organs and body parts, which can be suitable for training purposes or to aid in the planning of complex surgeries.
Sheet Metal fabrication
sheet metal is also increasingly being used in the medical field, where its durability and ability to withstand high temperatures make it ideal for a variety of applications.
In general, sheet metal is frequently suitable for manufacturing surgical instruments, hospital beds, and X-ray machines.
What materials are used in Medical CNC machining？
Medical parts come in many materials. Here are two commonly used materials.
In the medical industry, titanium alloys are primarily used to manufacture artificial joints and other implants.
Titanium is an ideal material for this purpose because it is strong yet lightweight and highly corrosion-resistant. As a result, titanium implants can last many years without requiring replacement.
In addition, titanium is non-toxic and compatible with the human body, making it an ideal choice for medical applications.
In recent years, titanium alloys have also been used to manufacture dental implants and other surgical devices.
As the medical industry continues to evolve, titanium will likely play an increasingly important role in the field.
Stainless steel has many advantages that make it ideal for use in the medical industry.
First of all, it is highly durable and resistant to corrosion. That makes it ideal for use in surgical instruments and other equipment.
Additionally, stainless steel is non-toxic and hypoallergenic, making it safe for use in contact with the human body.
The last, stainless steel, is easy to clean and maintain, ensuring that medical equipment can be kept clean and sterile.
Medical Industry Parts We manufacture
We specialize in the manufacture of parts for the medical industry. Our highly skilled team has a wealth of experience in this sector, and we can produce parts to the highest possible standards. We also machine precision parts for marine, military, and agricultural industry.
Machined Surgical Instruments
CNC machining can manufacture high-end surgical instruments used by medical experts in surgery, such as Surgical scissors, Blade handles, Biopsy tubes, Cutters, Implant holders, and Forceps.
These tools and instruments are subject to additional safety requirements that include ease of sterilization.
Some medical instruments must get manufactured in short production runs and some demand fabrication for individual patients.
Electronic Medical Equipment
In the modern world, electronic medical equipment, such as heart rate monitors, X-ray machines, and MRI scanners, is essential for diagnosis and treatment.
All of these devices can be manufactured by CNC machining.
Orthopedic implants—–Orthopedic implants are medical devices that replace missing joints or bones or support damaged ones.
They are usually made of stainless steel or titanium for strength, and the plastic coating acts as artificial cartilage.
Orthopedic implants can be used for various purposes, such as hip replacements, joint replacements, and fracture repairs.
Microchip implants—-A human microchip implant is an electronic device implanted subcutaneously, usually via injection.