QuesTek has used Integrated Computational Materials Engineering (ICME) to develop new ultra-high performance alloys that provide valuable benefits for the medical device market.

QuesTek has been involved extensively with several major medical device manufacturers on projects catered to designing materials for specific medical device components, and we would be happy to discuss your specific materials needs. Currently, QuesTek has one developed titanium alloy that can be readily applied to the medical device market:

A nanodispersion-strengthened, high-performance shape memory alloy designed for higher strength resulting in better cyclic stability and improved fatigue strength. Application and insertion penetrates the medical devices market where the SMA alloy can provide benefits in smaller, miniaturized devices such as stents and catheter lead wires.

 

Material Development Projects

QuesTek has been involved extensively in multiple alloy design and development projects for specific medical device applications, and is looking for potential partners and licensees for further technology development.

Please contact us for more information and we will be happy to discuss your specific materials needs.