Starting from computerized engineering drawings or a just an idea, the design office generates specific manufacturing strategies for each industrial project.
Processes, technologies, costs and deadlines are comprehensively selected and specified at this level: a genuine feasibility study and an important step in the quality management procedure.
Our machine shops integrate all current turning, milling and screw-machining techniques, using latest-generation machines.
The precision and flexibility of our 4- to 10-axis numerically controlled machining centers and Swiss machine lathes allow us to create complex shapes for small and large series alike, with very tight tolerances.
Certain specific techniques have been acquired in order to meet the medical sector's requirements:
A machining center is entirely dedicated to prototype production.
Our industrial capabilities cover the whole range of hot- and cold-forging techniques: stamping, drop-forging and hand forging.
These skills enable both work on small series and the production of large series of blanks.
Each instrument we deliver is marked and numbered, ready for sale, with no further need for action by our customers.
IN’TECH Medical quickly recognized the utility of electroerosion for manufacturing medical instruments. This technique enables automated production of complex parts not yet accessible using numerical controlled machines.
Mastery of the electrode design process for die-sinking spark erosion is one of the principal strengths of our skills base.
Commonly used in the nuclear and aeronautics industries, the TIG process enables high speed performance and considerably reduces buckling. The welds are free of oxides and nitrides: they display greater mechanical resistance and are more corrosion-resistant.
Laser welding has many advantages: it does not involve depositing new matter and preserves the material's original properties. Welding is rapid, very precise and does not generate oxidation or overthickness. It reduces the risk of cracking in stainless steel, even on very fine weld points and beads.
Epoxy paints and coatings
Our inspection system includes the following elements:
In the medical sector, polishing instruments is a critically important task that requires extreme precision. IN’TECH Medical has exceptional know-how in this domain. More than 45 polishers perform continuous, high-quality work on each of the instruments produced.
The entire range of polishing techniques are enlisted as a function of the industrial project in question: grinding, deburring, emery polishing, cotton polishing, buffing off, satin finishing, tribo-finishing and chemical and electrolytic polishing.
IN’TECH Medical stands out thanks to the experience of its polishers and its specialized knowledge of chemical and abrasive techniques, which allow us to tackle any type of finishing, including high-volume production.
In’Tech Medical’s highly automated facilities enable reliable, steady and large-scale production schemes for complex implants.