Nitinol Wire Drawing Machines are specialized metal wire equipment which is used to produce Nitinol wires. As a shape memory alloy made of nickel and titanium, Nitinol is widely used in orthodontics, medical industry, medical applications, etc. Nitinol exhibits the ability to return to a predetermined shape when heated, making it an ideal material for a variety of applications, including medical devices, robotics, aerospace, and more.
A wire drawing die or cold rolling cassette is used to reduce the diameter of a metal wire while increasing its length through a series of wire drawing dies. Nitinol Wire Drawing Machines are specially designed to handle the unique properties of Nitinol wire, which can exhibit spring-like behavior and resistance when drawn.
Processing of Nitinol Wire Drawing Machine
Rough Drawing → Annealing → Fine Drawing → Annealing → Micro Drawing → Annealing,
Input Material: Nitinol Wire, Titanium wire, titanium alloy wire, nickel wire, nickel alloy wire, titanium nickel alloy wire, stainless steel wires
Diameter range - from 2.5 mm to 0.025 mm (25 um)
Engines for heating
Framing made from resilient glass
Arc wires for orthodontic treatment
Couplings with high reliability
Couplings for temperature control systems
Nitinol Wire Drawing Machines were designed to handle the unique properties of Nitinol, including its shape memory behavior and superelasticity. Their wire production is consistently high quality and consistent thanks to precision temperature control systems, tension control mechanisms, and advanced automation. For industries that need Nitinol wires in a variety of sizes and configurations, these machines are essential.