Connectors and contacts

Etched medical connector

Benefits at a glance

  • Low-cost digital tooling
  • Burr- and stress free – metal temper and magnetic properties unaffected
  • Over 2,000 metal types – including hard to machine metals
  • Accuracy to ±0.025mm
  • In-house forming, finishing and plating
  • Lead-times in days, not months

Typical Applications

  • Contact springs
  • Contact membranes
  • Busbars
  • Antennae and micro antennae
  • Spring finger contacts
  • Resistive heating elements
  • Battery terminals

Processes

Materials

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