As original equipment manufacturers look for ways to make the production of medical devices more cost-effective, the market for disposable surgical instruments has grown in leaps and bounds. Without sacrificing the quality of their blades and scalpels, Cadence is able to provide OEMs with the same extreme sharpness that's expected from all of their products.
Although the scalpels themselves are disposable, the function of the blades is not. While the handles are made of plastic or another less expensive material, the blades in disposable scalpels are of the same high quality that all of Cadence's products are known for. In addition to traditional production techniques such as stamping, grinding and laser cutting, Cadence also offers innovative manufacturing methods that include CNC sharpening, electro-chemical deburring, laser cutting, and laser welding.
Designing Disposable Scalpels
In order to help clients determine their needs, Cadence offers design engineering assistance that starts in the IncisionLab™. Here, materials and components are tested and measured to meet client specifications. The IncisionLab™also evaluates prototypes to improve performance and customer satisfaction through further tests of the product's durability and cutting ability.
A strict quality control process is in place to ensure that disposable scalpels and all other Cadence products meet high standards of excellence. This process includes visual examinations that assess measurements and balance, as well as microscopic evaluations that appraise the roughness of the cutting edges. This attention to detail is what puts Cadence at the head of the industry. To learn more about their disposable scalpels, please click here to reach the online contact form or contact the sales team at 1-800-252-3371.