Metal stamping has been widely used in the medical field because of its high efficiency, high precision, and low cost. The parts obtained from metal stamping play an important role in the construction of medical devices. For both internal and external use, metal components need to be highly accurate, durable, and biocompatible. It’s because of its versatility, metal stamping allows the medical industry to create and perfect these devices quickly and efficiently.
Here are three types of metal stamping applications in the medical field as follow:
1. Medical instruments and equipment of various shapes: such as surgical forceps, surgical blades, blood pressure gauges, blood glucose meters, cardiac pacemakers, etc. These instruments and equipment need high precision and high-quality metal parts to ensure their stability and reliability;
2. Medical metal parts of various shapes: such as stents, catheters, artificial joints, etc. These parts need to have high strength, high toughness, high corrosion resistance, etc., to meet the requirements of the use of medical instruments and equipment;
3. Medical metal casings of various shapes are produced: such as cardiac pacemaker casings and medical instruments casings. These casings need to have a good appearance and texture, so as to improve the aesthetic degree and sense of the quality of products.
Metal stamping provides important technical support for the production of medical instruments and equipment, and its application in the medical field also brings many benefits. Such as: Manufacturing high-quality medical equipment and instruments; product highly consistent components and assemblies to increase the efficiency and reliability of medical device stamping and further improve the quality of medical services; Lower production costs, so that more people can access high-quality medical services; producing the components and assemblies of all shapes and sizes increases the diversity of medical equipment and makes quality medical care accessible to more people.