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Chemical Etching of Surgical Saw Blades

>> Nov 9, 2017

Over the years, a lot of medical tools manufacturers have come up with different saw blades for surgical practices in the medical field, and it's important to note that, these saw blades have come in numerous designs and mechanism which includes; the powered, unpowered, oscillating, reciprocating, and sagittal designs and models. But however, all these saw blades are engineered to serve the same purpose which is the provision of precision, accuracy and measurable cuts during surgical procedures.

Usually, these blades are made from special stainless steels, prominent among the stainless steels used in this production include the classic 18/8 grade, the Type 304, and type 316 and also with the alloy addition of molybdenum which serves for enhanced corrosion resistance. However, there has been an increase in the demand for saw blades that possess materials best known for fatigue strength, wear resistance and also corrosion resistance. This demand has lead to innovation by metal suppliers in the areas of new and proprietary alloys, while also incorporating in it, chromium, nickel, and molybdenum just so that they can meet up with the popular requirement on ground.

The chromium, nickel, and molybdenum are essential material composition, because it gives the metal a scratch resistance ability, a smooth finish and a fine hardness respectively. And these are just the right composition and requirement that the saw blade must have in order to be effective.

Note that, these saw blades have previously been produced by traditional machining methods like punching, stamping, laser, and water jet cutting. But with the innovation that has greeted the medical tools manufacturing industry in the form of photochemical etching, it's now very easy to produce these saw blade while also eliminating certain issues like a burr that had often characterized these traditional machining methods.

As a very high precision, controlled corrosion process, that is used to produce intrinsic metal parts, photo-chemical etching is arguably the best method of producing saw blades.

This machining method of saw blade production is less expensive than the stamping, punching, laser and waterjet cutting method. And not just that, it also has numerous benefits too that includes; shaping, blade tooth offset, surface marking of graduation lines, logos and insignias among others. And the interesting thing is that all these benefits can be achieved in its smoothest and best forms without any burr within a short period of time and also at a low cost. 

Chemical etching is economical when compared to other traditional methods like stamping because of the fact that, it primarily relies on digital tooling which is far more economical than the hard tooling that the stamping method is known for.

When it comes to the iteration of designs, this is one area where you will appreciate the beauty of the photo-chemical etching method. This is because of its ability in an iteration of design prototype in a single sheet at no extra cost.

In conclusion, photo-chemical etching is just the perfect way to produce your medical saw blades. 

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