Surgical Screws

Materials used in medical bone screws, such as Titanium (Ti) and medical-grade stainless steel (SS), are poor conductors of heat, causing work-hardening and heat concentration on the cutting edge, which leads to tool failure. DIAEDGE Cutting Tools overcome these challenges with solutions such as innovative, superior coatings and a wide selection of inserts with high wear and fracture resistance.

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Drilling

Micro-MVS

Micro-MVS

Material
Titanium
Stainless Steel

Application
Drilling

DIAEDGE Micro-MVS drills provide the perfect solution for machining quality medical surgical screws in hard-to-machine materials. DIAEDGE Micro-MVS drills offer TRI-Cooling Technology® for more precise coolant flow, improved chip evacuation, and double margins with added cutting edge durability for excellent straightness for high precision cutting.

Cutting Range:

  • 90-164 SFM
  • 0.001-0.003 FPR
Milling

VQ Series

VQ Series

Material
Titanium
Stainless Steel

Application
Milling

When it comes to machining medical hardware and surgical screws, the VQ Series is an ideal solution to machining challenges in stainless steel (SS) and titanium (Ti) alloys. The DIAEDGE VQ Series offers small diameters for milling in a variety of different neck lengths for deep cavity and complex parts for improved tool life and maximized machining efficiencies.

Cutting Range:

  • 160-500 SFM
  • 0.001-0.004 FPT
Turning

BTAT/BTBT with SMB Breaker

BTAT/BTBT with SMB Breaker

Material
Stainless Steel

Application
Turning

DIAEDGE Swiss-style tools for back turning are the perfect solution for surgical screw machining in medical-grade stainless steel (SS). DIAEDGE Cutting Tools’ SMB pressed insert geometry is specially designed with a minus corner radius tolerance to achieve and maintain close part tolerances with outstanding surface finishes. The SMB geometry combines the precision of a ground insert with the added strength and tool life capability of the pressed geometry required for bone screws and other high-production medical components.

Cutting Range:

  • 115-260 SFM
  • 0.002-0.010 FPR