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  • Medical Device Link .
    Swiss-type screw machines, CNC machines, grinding machines, and assembly systems to supply medical and dental device industry clients with various micromachined parts. Components from 0.02 to 1 in. diam are machined from brass, stainless steel, PEEK, titanium, cobalt chrome, and other materials. Small
  • Industrial Knive & Blade Manufacturing Data
    Hyde has the capacity to manufacture it products complete, within one facility. Hyde stocks a variety of steels. High carbon cutlery steel; high carbon chrome vanadium steel (1075, 1095); 4130 steel; tool steels (A2, D2); high speed steels (M1, M2, M4); stainless steels (440A, 440-C, 410, 420
  • Medical Device Link .
    significant growth in the use of polymers as an effective replacement material, metal remains a key factor in medical advances. Advances in metallurgy and metalworking are critical to development of many advanced devices. Development of titanium alloys and high-carbon, cast cobalt chrome have enabled
  • Medical Device Link .
    from cobalt-chrome knee implants. Zirconia alumina grains also resist dulling and provide cool cuts on stainless steel and on titanium alloys. Belts with this grain are cost-effective rivals of many available ceramic belts. A 36-grit belt is common for gate removal. However, if a part 's material
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    hypodermic, puncture, and biopsy needles; surgical suture needles with regular or spring eyes; and special-purpose needles for anaesthesia, radiology, ophthalmology, and related applications. Chrome-plated brass and stainless-steel adapters and stopcocks with luer-lock or plastic tubing connectors
  • Case Study: GigE Vision Rock Solid in Harsh Mining Environments
    industries such as the Platinum and Chrome industries. GigE Vision Rock Solid in Harsh Mining Environments - Allied Vision Technologies. Select your regionEurope, Middle East & Africa (English)The Americas (English)Asia Pacific (English)Germany (Deutsch)中国(中文). Corporate. Products. Sales. Support
  • Fume Collection Solutions for Hexavalent Chromium Exposure
    : “Welding: The welding operations. With the new lower OSHA limits. • Electroplating – hard chrome. OSHA expects to trigger require-. for worker exposure to hexava-. electroplating. ments under the Cr(VI) rule are. lent chromium, providing a clean. those performed on stainless steel,. © 2007 United
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    . Masking of surface flaws due to improper machining or grinding can prevent fluorescent penetrant inspection (FPI) from detecting such flaws. In similar operations, manufacturers of cobalt-chrome jet engine turbine blades and vanes closely control metal-working processes to ensure that potential flaws

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