In today’s market the very highest standards of quality, cleanliness, and surface polish are expected from investment castings that are further utilized in medical-related applications. The companies are aware that the medical industry uses powerful magnets in their equipment, and that the surrounding environment must not be magnetic. As a result, we have the capabilities of producing 100% non-magnetic 300 series investment castings in order to fulfill the requirements of this criterion.
Development and Process
Since the melting stage, the Investment Casting process has been meticulously monitored and adjusted in terms of composition, temperature, alloy, and any other parameter at our disposal in order to meet the specifications outlined by our clients. Because we have our own melting facilities, we are able to achieve the desired alloy compositions defined by our customers in accordance with the stringent standards that govern the medical industry. This enables several firms to meet the needs of the customers while adhering to the standards that govern the industry.
Plaster Casts And Splints
Casts and splints are two different types of orthopaedic devices that are used to support and protect bones and joints that have been shattered or damaged. They provide assistance in immobilizing the wounded limb in order to maintain proper positioning of the bone until it heals completely. Plaster and fiberglass are the two most common materials used to make casts. Splints, which may sometimes be referred to as half-casts, provide far less support than casts do.
In oncology, the patient’s posture is the single most important factor in determining the outcome of therapy. Not only do they have to be arranged in such a manner as to make it possible to treat the patient with radiation beams that are of the highest possible precision, but they also have to keep their positions absolutely unchanged throughout the whole of the process. Designing by way of the procedure of creating these castings is what Medical Investment Castings does.
Carbon steel, alloy steel, and stainless steel are some of the materials that are used in the production of medical investment castings. These castings are also often referred to as precise investment castings. Additionally, the producers produce the goods in accordance with the specifications provided by the clients in order to compound the materials.
Why Companies Are Using Medical Investment Castings Methods?
Medical castings allows to accomplish the majority of the difficultpatterns that are prescribed for the components in medical equipment such as endoscopic ones, where the part sizes are typically below 150 grams. They are able to acquire exterior threads and interior complicated forms, both of which could not be readily machined and yet remain within the tolerances since they have reduced the amount of machining that is required in the components.
Medical casting is able to consistently provide high-quality medical investment castings to its clients all over the globe as a result of its highly developed manufacturing process and robust technical staff. Before they ship out any batch of items, these companies shall first submit all relevant test results to the clients for their approval.
They always place our client as the first position, and they consider everything for the customer, so that they may feel with sincerity and pleased service. This occurs throughout the whole process, from the first estimate to the final delivery.
- Currently Available Technology
The most recent advancements in medical investment casting technology are represented in semi-automatic wax presses, 100% robotic shelling, a distinctive high speed infrared shell drying tunnel, and the ability to model in 3D, all of which can fulfil the stringent needs of the client. In addition, they have an in-house tooling room as well as numerous investment casting methods, which contribute to their highly successful track record of supplying investment castings.