Aluminum die-cast medical devices refer to instruments, equipment, appliances, calibrators, materials, and other similar or related items that are directly or indirectly used on the human body using aluminum die-cast as the material. The types of aluminum alloy medical devices include crutches, wheelchairs, stretchers, walkers, sterilization boxes, and hospital beds.
Since the 21st century, there have been many new technologies and products in the aluminum die-cast medical devices industry, which have made clinical medicine a lot of fundamental improvements and improvements, and have taken a big step forward. The future aluminum die-cast medical devices must include information technology, nanotechnology, and biological sciences.
In the next ten years, aluminum die-cast medical devices must make changes if it is to continue to gain a foothold in the medical device industry. In the new generation of aluminum die-cast medical devices, most of the difficulties will lie in the integration of the two, which means that the technology of die casting is more important than before.