① ultra-high anti-rust high wear-resistant stainless steel series (AA)(HRC54°±2°Section) (regular stock)
② general standard anti-rust, high wear-resistant and ultra-high wear-resistant series (A)(HRC45°~64°Section series)(regular stock)
③ Super high wear resistant high-grade high cobalt powder steel ASP60A(HRC70°±2°section series)
④ ultra-high wear-resistant hard alloy series(AA) (HRA87°~94°series)
Corresponding and matching drills and tools of different types, forms, shapes, structures can be high precisely ground to mold according to different brands and different types of implants forms, shapes, structures, etc.
LZQ can produce extremely complex and precision shapes. Tools and cutters can be with laser segmentation, different colors of color ring, different colors of coating, inner hole ... ...different requirements, as long as there are samples or CAD drawings, we can achieve molding processing.
Advances made in surgical approach all through the 18th century, such as John Hunter's research on tendon healing and Percival Pott's work on spinal deformity progressively improved the vary of new strategies available for fantastic treatment. Antonius Mathijsen, a Dutch military surgeon, invented the plaster of Paris cast in 1851. However, up until the 1890s, orthopedics was once still a study restrained to the correction of deformity in children. One of the first surgical strategies developed was percutaneous tenotomy. This concerned cutting a tendon, in the beginning the Achilles tendon, to help deal with deformities alongside bracing and exercises. In the late 1800s and first a long time of the 1900s, there was once widespread controversy about whether or not orthopedics need to consist of surgical techniques at all.