Metal processing is a core expertise offered by Röchling Medical Lancaster, USA for OEMs looking for custom metal applications. The Lancaster site is particularly well versed in the development of custom needles and cannula along with non-tubular devices.
In addition, plastic injection over molding is an in-house expertise that is regularly used to add value and increase the functionality of a metal device. Secondary operations such as electro polishing, passivation or metal washing operations are available to ensure your product meets its final specifications. Our engineering team continually challenges the limits of both the material and processing equipment to create highly complex configurations to meet our customer’s market requirements.
The qualities of titanium are superior to most other materials for certain medical applications:
This makes it particularly interesting for applications in a number of medical fields for example, dental implants, joint replacements, surgical instruments and medical devices.
At our Lancaster site, we have the capabilities and specific expertise required for the machining of titanium parts and components for use in medical devices. CNC machining is the manufacturing technique of choice when processing titanium. We use the latest Swiss milling technology to machine very complex parts with tight tolerances, for example for ophthalmic and surgical applications.
At our global locations, we cover a wide range of manufacturing technologies, enabling us to find a suitable, customized solution for individual requirements.
For more information about our competences in metal processing for medical applications, please contact our team.
We look forward to hearing from you.