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Contribution of CNC precision machining to the medical industry

One of the most important industries that benefit from precision machining is the medical industry. The medical industry is where safety, precision and accuracy are most needed. Precision machining helps create the exact dimensions for surgical tools that fit the surgeon's hand, resulting in more accurate results. These tools are used in the most delicate procedures (even vascular or brain surgery), where even the smallest deviation can be disastrous. This is where precision machining comes in. It helps to create tools that are not only precise, precise and precise for safety and reliability. In 2017, Wanfuxin decided to transform from providing machining services for the 3C digital mobile phone industry to providing machining services for aviation accessories, medical equipment accessories and other industries. Established cooperative relations with Derui Medical and Mindray Medical Group. Wanfuxin has a professional technical team and has introduced a large number of foreign advanced equipment, especially the introduction of 5-axis CNC machining centers. Titanium and stainless steel scalpels are mostly processed with 5 axes manufacture. These parts must be manufactured with high precision, often in high volumes, which facilitates the efficiency of 5-axis CNC machines.

The materials used in medical institutions need to meet the requirements of durability, safety, non-response to the human body and disinfection capabilities. For example, joint replacement components are often constructed of medical grade stainless steel or titanium for unrivaled strength, elasticity and function. Precision machining forms these materials into complex shapes and sizes for specific medical applications. Some of these parts are already embedded in patients, so they need to meet tight tolerances and have very smooth surfaces to eliminate burrs or streaks.

CNC precision machining is ideal for manufacturing these precision parts. Even the hardest materials can be used and turned into smooth parts. This machining method ensures that all parts are identical and assembled in the correct way for optimum performance.

Why do certain medical tools or materials need to be miniaturized? Because only then can they provide comfort and security. Take insulin pumps, heart monitors, and defibrillators, for example. Thanks to precision machining, these designs are now miniaturized, with smaller, more precise components. These implants can now be inserted into the body, allowing these individuals to lead relatively normal lives, enjoying freedom and freedom of movement.

Only through precision machining can these medical tools be precisely designed and manufactured. Once the design is under computer control, the parts are immediately processed for smaller or larger runs. To sum up, there is no doubt that this technology has made great contributions to the medical industry.

Precision machining also allows for the custom design of certain medical devices for a more precise and personalized fit. This is especially important for artificial devices (e.g. artificial knees, prosthetics) that need to precisely adapt and meet people's needs.

Precision machining is unique in that it can meet this need. With CNC machining, custom parts are simple and cost-effective. By entering designs into computer control, parts can be machined quickly and accurately. Precision machining has contributed to the development of the medical industry and is an integral part in the long run. In particular, five-axis CNC machining is often used in stainless steel medical parts. Due to its good biocompatibility, good mechanical properties, excellent resistance to body fluid corrosion, and good processing formability, it has become a widely used medical material in clinical practice. Implant materials and medical tool materials. Moreover, it can be seen in other fields as well.