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Surface Treatment For Medical Parts

The MicroBlaster can quickly deburr small parts, remove conformal coating and texture surfaces. Micro-abrasive blasting is a technology that uses micron-sized particles of high grade abrasives propelled out of a small nozzle tip at high velocity to clean, cut, deburr and texture a variety of surfaces. The versatility of the process makes it a good choice for medical device manufacturers to texture and deburr tubular components.

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The MicroBlaster can quickly deburr small parts, remove conformal coating and texture surfaces. Micro-abrasive blasting is a technology that uses micron-sized particles of high grade abrasives propelled out of a small nozzle tip at high velocity to clean, cut, deburr and texture a variety of surfaces. The versatility of the process makes it a good choice for medical device manufacturers to texture and deburr tubular components. It can also be used to clean and texture implantable devices including titanium bone screws.