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Due to the nature of the medical industry, it’s incredibly important that any products, tools, and equipment are designed with the highest quality of care, safety and precision to deliver clean cuts, smooth surfaces, hermetic joining and micro-welding; all qualities that are found in many medical devices.
Fiber lasers are the perfect solution for this, offering a much higher level of reliability and efficiency than more conventional methods. Such uses include having the fiber lasers incorporated into medical devices such as endoscopes or microscopes or handheld devices which can perform tasks such as detecting for brain injuries. See a full list of applications for fiber lasers below.
Although the majority of us will be most familiar with the healthcare that we receive from the medical sector, there is a huge industry operating behind this with many competing businesses. The manufacturing of medical equipment and pharmaceuticals... read more >
A range of alloys are used in the manufacture of medical tools and devices. All must be joined with smooth welds that can be sterilised.
Lasers are a non-contact process and offer many advantages:Low heat input: The weld energy is... read more >
Traceability is a key requirement in the medical sector. Every product should be individually identifiable if recalled.
Medical devices, implants and tools cannot use ink or dye marks as there is potential for contamination and allergic reactions.... read more >
The medical industry is an arena where mistakes simply aren’t tolerable; the equipment that makes it to market must perform consistently and predictably, and be able to deliver the expected results.But because every person is a unique... read more >
Micro cutting stents is one of the most demanding applications in the medical device industry.Stents are small, lattice-shaped metal tubes that are permanently inserted into arteries to restore adequate blood flow. It is imperative that the cut... read more >
Implanted medical devices that incorporate electronics and sensors require process control and end-product quality that is second to none. In particular pacemakers require high integrity hermetic seals at the same time ensuring well controlled depth... read more >