Titanium's corrosion resistance, strength, makes it the most biocompatible of all metals. As a result, it is the metal of choice for implants. The broad spectrum of titanium's uses within the medical industry includes:

  • Joint Replacements - Hips, Knees, Shoulders, etc.
  • Dental Implants
  • Trauma Applications - Bone Plates and Screws
  • Fracture Fixation
  • Surgical Instruments

The titanium for the medical market often begins as small and large diameter bar products, which are either machined or forged and then subsequently machined into the finished product. We also produce the wire and fine wire products that are commonly used in surgical clip, orthodontic wire, and screw applications.

In addition, Forge & Fabrication offers medical device contract manufacturing including machining of plastics, metals, PEEK, UHMWPE (UltraHigh Molecular Weight PolyEthelyne), and cleaning and packaging. The forging operation offers high quality, low-to-mid volume products in an array of finished shapes in titanium, cobalt chrome, and stainless steel materials.


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