At Peerless Precision, Inc., we utilize a variety of state-of-the-art and high-precision CNC production equipment to custom manufacture a range of prosthetics and surgical implants for the medical industry. Our qualified technical staff are highly competent in operating our advanced CNC equipment, and are capable of delivering medical components within tolerances ranging from 0.0001-to-0.000005 inches.
During more than 40 years of operation, Peerless Precision has built a reputation as a leading fabricator of medical devices with the capability to machine even the smallest and most technologically advanced medical parts. Our strict AS9100 Rev. D certified and ISO 9001:2015-certified quality management systems ensure that all our products meet or exceed the stringent regulations and standards required by the medical industry.
Our team is more than willing to take on any challenge – from the simplest to the most complex parts – regardless of the production volume. No matter the requirement, we are fully committed to partnering and working closely with each client to deliver quality fabricated parts. In addition to custom fabrication, we also handle all production needs from the procurement of raw materials to final product inspection, ensuring the accuracy of each unique medical component with continuous oversight from concept to completion.
The medical industry is known for its strict industry standards and especially tight tolerances. Prosthetics, for example, rely on precise machining techniques to create parts that meet the needs of each individual. The dimensional accuracy and the surface finishes of medical implants and prosthetics are crucial in ensuring that the device fits the intended patient, as well as guaranteeing that there will be no interference with other critical bodily functions. CNC machines – paired with highly trained and qualified operators – utilize software and computer-aided coordinates to create medical devices with submillimeter precision.
Medical implants and prosthetics come in a wide variety of forms and suit a wide range of purposes. As such, these devices typically have different strength and flexibility requirements. CNC machining is capable of working with a variety of metals frequently used in the medical industry, such as titanium and stainless steel alloys.
Even though prosthetics are typically customized for the unique needs of each patient, CNC manufacturing can be used to mass produce standardized components such as hinges and fasteners, resulting in greater time and cost efficiencies in large-volume production runs.
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Peerless Precision, Inc. offers a multitude of additional services to supplement our CNC manufacturing processes, such as burring, blasting, lapping, grinding, and assembly. Our technical team also has experience working with a wide array of metals and plastics, including stainless steel, aluminum, titanium, carbides, Rulon, Ryton, and any other material commonly used in the medical implant or prosthetic field.
If you would like to learn more about our medical device fabrication services, feel free to contact our technical support team today.