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...benefit from finishing implants under the influence of a constant magnetic field. Ryszard Rokicki, Tadeusz Hryniewicz, and Krzysztof Rokosz. A finishing technique such as magnetoelectropolishing can complement machining operations. (Photo courtesy of iSTOCK PHOTO). Metals, their alloys...

...increase in hardness generally achievable by cold-working. Stainless steels in this classification are magnetic and provide less corrosion resistance than 300-series materials, but are especially resistant to stress corrosion cracking. They are seldom used for medical instrumentation involving contact...

...in comparison with the wavelength; it only works as a reflective screen (electric field) and will not offer much absorption attenuation for lower frequency magnetic fields. Wire mesh windows. These offer excellent transparency, good screening and are usually manufactured using an extremely fine...

...improvements. Metal Cutting Corp. A company with more than 30 years' experience serving the medical industry uses abrasive-wheel cutting techniques to produce burr-free metal parts. Metal Cutting Corp. (Cedar Grove, NJ, USA) reportedly can achieve length and diameter tolerances in the micron range...

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