Rösler processes for medical technology: For optimal functionality and precision
Generative or machining work, forging, injection molding, sintering and casting are the classical production processes to produce bone plates, implants or medical instruments. Precision and reliability are the properties that the instruments, tools, devices and equipment in medical technology have in common.
To be able to guarantee optimal care for the patient, bone nails, bone plates and prostheses come in various sizes and shapes. From the simple clamp to surgical tools to dental braces, instruments represent a particular technical challenge. Without damaging the shape and functionality, the surface of the components must be ground and smoothed and polished for sterilization purposes.