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|Type:||CNC Precision Titanium Parts||Material:||Pure Titanium|
|Surface Treatment:||Plating, Polishing, Sandblasting, And Original||Process:||CNC Machining And Milling, Acid And Alkali Washing|
|Application:||Medical Industry||Tolerance:||0.03mm - 0.05mm|
|Size:||As Drawing||Color:||Normal And Anodized|
|Certification:||ISO9001:2008||Advantage:||Light Weight, High Strength, Anti - Corrosion|
custom titanium parts,
cnc milling components
Anti Corrosion Implant Ti Parts Medical Biocompatibility Titanium Components
MH Precision’s Titanium Machining
MH Precision specializes in high speed, high precision CNC machining for a range of materials, including titanium and titanium alloys. With advanced, 5-axis machining equipment and proven processes, we can deliver titanium machined parts and components with tolerances of ±0.0005” or better.
We provide precision titanium machining for prototyping and low- to high-volume production runs. Our vertical and horizontal CNC machining centers use CAD programming to ensure that your titanium components match your designs exactly, with perfect repeatability from the first piece to the last.
We also offer a number of secondary operations to add value to titanium machined parts. From heat treating to metal finishing services, our available secondary operations will save you time and money in the production process.
|Medical Parts||CNC machining||0.03-0.05mm||Normal||200pcs||Yes|
Below attached some we made just for reference.
Impant Titanium fixed parts
Medical Machine parts.
Titanium is considered the most biocompatible metal, thanks to its high resistance to corrosion caused by bodily fluids, its capacity for osseointegration, its bio-inertness, and its high fatigue limit.
The metal is non-toxic, even in large doses, and does not play any natural role inside the human body.
Used in dentistry since the 1940s, titanium machined parts are now utilized in a wide range of medical implants. And, because the material is non-magnetic, patients with titanium implants can be safely examined via MRI and similar processes; this makes titanium components ideal for long-term/permanent medical implants.
Contact Person: Harden Zhang