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Surgical Instrument

◆ Made of stainless steel, titanium alloy, aluminum alloy, ceramics, etc.

◆ Plating, polishing & Anodizing, etc surface treatment process

◆ Finished surface roughness Ra (μm) 0.2-2.5

◆ Surface tolerance (mm)±0.05-0.2

Surgical instruments mainly include various forceps, scissors, scalpels, needles, etc., which are indispensable tools in surgical operations. Poor quality and inadequate precision of surgical instruments may affect the effectiveness of the surgery and even cause harm to patients.

Some simple surgical instruments can be manufactured using 3-axis CNC machining, while more complex surgical instruments require 4-axis or 5-axis CNC machining to complete. Stainless steel, titanium alloy, aluminum alloy and ceramics are the materials we most commonly use, each suitable for the production of entry-level, high-load, handheld and sharps. Surface treatment processes of plating, polishing and anodizing, etc can ensure the surface of the surgical instrument is smooth, corrosion-resistant and reworkable. The final product boasts a surface finish of 0.2-2.5 microns and a tolerance of ±0.05-0.2 millimeters.