From working in partnership with The University of York in the development of a cancer detection system, through to the manufacture of components, our design engineers and production processes can deliver parts to a quality that supports a range of medical applications.
A high quality cosmetic finish is typically specified, and we often partner with subcontractors to enable our investment castings to achieve the painted or anodised finish required.
The antimicrobial properties of copper and its associated alloys can minimise the transfer of harmful viruses or bacteria. Designers and engineers have this firmly in mind when considering new products using appropriate metals and methods of manufacture.
Clients that we support with investment casting and machining in the medical sector include Smiths Medical, De Soutter Medical and Moller-Wedel. We manufacture components used in products such as syringe pumps, operating microscopes and bionic hands.