The experts at Bluewater are familiar with the various categories of stainless steels and titanium alloys that are commonly used in medical devices.
We assist our clients in the making the right material choices for these demanding applications as they are considerably limited due to the need for high mechanical strengths, long term corrosion resistance and biocompatibility. We also recognize that chemical composition and thermal processing have a considerable effect on the resulting corrosion resistance and mechanical properties of medical products.
Whether it’s a titanium hip implant, dental tool, or a stainless steel surgical device utilized in a medical procedure, our team of experts will work with you to develop components that meet your stringent mechanical and surface finish conditions.
Our engineers can help accelerate the development of your medical device, implant or appliance.
A thorough evaluation of thermal processes performed at your existing captive heat treat or outsourced…
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