Used to immobilize bone segments, a bone plate is a thin metal implant that is affixed with screws to align the bone and aid in the healing process. For prolonged bone fracture fixation, most bone plates are made of stainless steel (SS) or titanium (Ti) alloys. DIAEDGE Cutting Tools' exceptional quality and precision design improve the machining process and maximize tool life for these hard-to-machine materials.
- 1 Chamfering
Machining medical bone plates in stainless steel (SS) can cause machining challenges and requires high-quality cutting tools to meet high medical standards. The DIAEDGE DLE drills offer a two-step point angle with a straight-strong cutting-edge design for chamfering to prevent sudden fracturing while providing additional coated grades for machining hard-to-cut materials for reduced friction to maximize tool life. These drills have a 90-degree, two-step point angle with straight-strong cutting edge design for chamfering.
- 50-65 SFM
- 0.001-0.004 FPR