The latest technology, combined with the experience and industry know-how offered by our principals ensures our solutions conform fully to the geometry, precision and material integrity required in machining specialist medical parts.
Kingsbury machining solutions incorporate the latest controls, software and measuring equipment to meet the fine tolerances and exacting standards necessitated by today’s regulatory requirements. Designed for use in demanding environments where precise cycle times can make the difference between success and failure, our machine tools consistently provide high precision results for small, medium or large production runs.
Our high precision machines are used to address a range of medical requirements, including the manufacture of bone screws, dental implants, prosthetics and more. With the introduction of grinding machines to our range, we are able to offer the superior accuracy and surface finish required in producing for example, hip joints, knees and femoral stems, where grinding is fast becoming the technology of choice. To learn more about our capabilities and experience in this sector, click on the examples listed above right or contact us to discuss your machining requirements.
“The uprated-specification G200 has resulted in reductions in cycle times of up to 28 per cent. It is a direct result of the faster machine movements and more powerful control, as exactly the same programs are being used as on the older machine.”
– Ian Keeley, Senior Manufacturing Engineer.
In the mid 1990s, Chas A Blatchford & Sons bought an INDEX G200 turn-mill centre, having decided it was the best machine for manufacturing metal components used in prosthetics for lower limbs. A recent reappraisal of machines on the market showed that the German machine tool builder’s technology is still the best production solution, 15 years on.