Doctors and patients alike rely on medical equipment and instruments for accurate diagnoses and life-saving procedures. Medical equipment must be built to work without fail. Each part needs to be machined with exact precision, no matter how challenging the task, including housings and intricate devices and assemblies built to extremely close tolerances. Many of these instruments are made from challenging and expensive materials such as titanium or are built from customer-supplied castings. Manufacturing such sophisticated devices with unwavering precision requires special attention during the production processes. For this reason it’s important for a qualified shop to have access to the most sophisticated machine tools on the market. It is also critical that the most stringent quality controls are in place when parts are machined.