Machining surgical tools that require tremendous versatility
Behind every medical and dental procedure is an array of tools specially designed to help the clinician cut, clamp and occlude, retract and expose, and clamp and hold areas of the body during surgery. These tools—often complexly shaped—are literally the hand of the clinician. they require immense precision but also must be easily sanitized, economic and, in some cases, accommodate robotic handling. That’s why manufacturers of medical and dental tools turn to Tornos for highly versatile solutions.