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Ribbon wire

All alloys listed on the medical wire materials page can be provided in ribbon form. The alloy or base metal material can be supplied with or without a polymer coating. Surface finishes can be modified with gold, nickel or silver plating or provided with an oxidized surface layer (when not a

SAF 2507®

Comparative test Extensive testing in a variety of machining applications has shown that SAF 2507 ® bars provided better machinability than the nearest competitor material with 23% better tool life and overall savings on all machined components: 168 holes drilled before tool


A1 is Sandvik's brand for a ferritic iron-chromium-aluminium alloy (FeCrAl alloy) for use at temperatures up to 1400°C (2550°F). The alloy is characterized by high resistivity and very good oxidation resistance.

Size range

Round wire sizes range from 0.010 to 10 mm (0.00039 to 0.394 in.), for most alloys. Other sizes available upon request. Ribbon wire thickness ranges from 0.013 to 0.75 mm (0.0005 to 0.03 in) with aspect ratios up to 10:1. Larger aspect ratios up to 40:1 may also be available upon request.

Our capabilities

Fine wire products and wire-based components are custom manufactured to suit your needs based on utilizing our decades of expertise and innovative minds.

Chemical composition

Are there any differences between materials, if they all fulfill the UNS and EN standards? The UNS and EN standards for chemical composition are quite wide in terms of tolerances for existing alloys. This means that there are many manufacturers of stainless steel that can produce material to

Chip breaking

How can we help you achieve better chip breaking? Machining stainless and duplex stainless steels is a challenge due to the high strength of the material, and chip-breaking is closely related to the microstructure. In our hot working process, we ensure that the material has an even and

Setup times

Why is a short setup time important? Higher machine utilization Quicker batch changes Less wastage of trial components Reusability of cutting data programs

Material consistency

Minimize downtime Maximize utilization Enable standardization Reduce component costs

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