Using the photochemical etching process, the company manufactures intricate medical parts and implantables made from all types of non-corrosive, body-compatible metals, including stainless steel, molybdenum, titanium, and titanium alloys. The company fabricates intricate, burr-free parts from both standard and exotic metals without inducing the stresses common to machining. For example, flexible, lightweight titanium mesh can be manufactured in any size or pattern style, with countersunk holes for flush-mounting screws. According to the company, the millionth part is the same as the first part because the tooling doesn’t “wear” like metal tooling does, so products are consistent. Photofabrication Engineering, Inc.
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