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How to choose the prosthetic materials ?

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How to choose the prosthetic materials ?

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How to choose the prosthetic materials ?

 

Carbon fiber, titanium alloy, magnesium alloy, aluminum alloy, and stainless steel are all commonly used materials for making prosthetic products. Carbon fiber and titanium alloys, which are light, hard and tough aerospace materials, are of course good joint materials, but higher prices will follow. In the production of prosthetic joints, in order to save costs for customers, manufacturers sometimes use other materials for some joints with better performance and more complete functions. In fact, it does not affect the performance of the joints or even the service life. There are generally two ways:

A. The use of alloy materials with larger proportions and lower prices (such as aluminum alloy) will increase the weight of the joint a lot (relative to carbon fiber materials) and reduce the price;

B. Use new excellent alloy materials (such as magnesium alloy) with the same specific gravity, the weight of the joints is equivalent (relative to carbon fiber materials), and the price is lower;

 

 

As a rational prosthetic orthosis consumer, you should make a comprehensive consideration and analysis when purchasing goods. You will find that the most expensive ones are not necessarily what you need. When a disabled friend chooses prosthetic products, he can first understand some basic knowledge of prosthetic products, and you will naturally choose an assembly manufacturer with reasonable price, excellent product quality, superb technology, and thoughtful service in the later period, so that you can walk. Both gait and walking ability reach the best point .

 

How to choose the prosthetic materials ?

 

Carbon fiber, titanium alloy, magnesium alloy, aluminum alloy, and stainless steel are all commonly used materials for making prosthetic products. Carbon fiber and titanium alloys, which are light, hard and tough aerospace materials, are of course good joint materials, but higher prices will follow. In the production of prosthetic joints, in order to save costs for customers, manufacturers sometimes use other materials for some joints with better performance and more complete functions. In fact, it does not affect the performance of the joints or even the service life. There are generally two ways:

A. The use of alloy materials with larger proportions and lower prices (such as aluminum alloy) will increase the weight of the joint a lot (relative to carbon fiber materials) and reduce the price;

B. Use new excellent alloy materials (such as magnesium alloy) with the same specific gravity, the weight of the joints is equivalent (relative to carbon fiber materials), and the price is lower;

 

 

As a rational prosthetic orthosis consumer, you should make a comprehensive consideration and analysis when purchasing goods. You will find that the most expensive ones are not necessarily what you need. When a disabled friend chooses prosthetic products, he can first understand some basic knowledge of prosthetic products, and you will naturally choose an assembly manufacturer with reasonable price, excellent product quality, superb technology, and thoughtful service in the later period, so that you can walk. Both gait and walking ability reach the best point .