High Precision Stamping Penetrates the Medical Market A New Place to Dwell

"Instead of applying high tonnage to difficult-to-form materials, a servo-driven press can modify its velocity profile by holding pressure at the bottom of the stroke, then releasing and re-applying as needed to produce a more accurate and complete part."

The majority of cardiovascular and surgical devices are typically made from stainless steel, with a small percentage being produced from exotic materials. Advances in press equipment and technology offer options capable of meeting the high degree of accuracy required for medical parts processing.

Instead of applying high tonnage to difficult-to-form materials, a servo-driven press can modify its velocity profile by holding pressure at the bottom of the stroke, then releasing and re-applying as needed to produce a more accurate and complete part.

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