Soldering for medical devices isn’t so different from the soldering that occurs in manufacturing other electronic equipment. The process involves two or more metal items being joined together by melting one metal into a joint of the other metal. This process is possible thanks to the solder having a lower melting point than the metal being used within the joint created.
Soldering and welding are sometimes confused, but they differ because soldering does not involve melting the work pieces. Medical devices are becoming more complex as technology grows in different directions. These changes require design and manufacturing to adapt with more specialized knowledge for constructing and developing modern medical devices.
For over 25 years, Remington Medical has remained committed to staying at the forefront of medical device technology and offering our customers the most modern solutions. Having the most advanced equipment at your disposal is critical for anyone in the medical field, and we remain prepared to adapt to the latest technology and changing trends of the medical device industry.