The cutting edge can be produced with different materials (ceramic, carbide, superhigh anti-rust and high wear resistant stainless steel (AA), Ti, Ti alloy, generally anti-rust and high wear resistant stainless steel (A) ... series). We can process super-complicated shank shapes, structures, with inner cooling hole, finish, tolerance and super-long total length as customers' requirement
We can produce the cutting edge head with any shapes & hardness of different materials. Any shank shape or length can be customized, the longest we can process is up to 750mm. Regular stock can be processed into edge diameter of Φ0.20～Φ20.0mm series.
The use of intramedullary rods to treat fractures of the femur and tibia used to be pioneered through Gerhard Küntscher of Germany. This made a major difference to the speed of recovery of injured German soldiers for the duration of World War II and led to greater sizeable adoption of intramedullary fixation of fractures in the relaxation of the world. However, traction was the fashionable method of treating thigh bone fractures until the late Nineteen Seventies when the Harborview Medical Center in Seattle crew popularized intramedullary fixation besides opening up the fracture