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Nitinol Sheets

Resonetics delivers nitinol in sheet form, offering a flat substrate that facilitates the volume production of intricate two-dimensional design components. This product format empowers designers to leverage high volume batch manufacturing processes such as stamping, photolithography, EDM, and waterjet to create expansive and unique structures that may be otherwise unattainable when using round nitinol wire or tubing.

Typical Alloys and Nominal Active Af

  • As(f.a.) -25C ± 10C, active Af 0C
  • As(f.a.) -15C ± 10C (most common), Active Af +5C
  • As(f.a.) -15C ± 10C Redox, Active Af +5C
  • As(f.a.) +20C ± 15C, Active Af +28C
  • As(f.a.) +65C ± 20C, Active Af +70C
  • As(f.a.) +95C ± 5C, Active Af > +80C

Condition

  • Flat annealed (super elastic or shape memory depending on the alloy)
  • Cold worked upon special request

Size

  • Thickness: 0.003 in [0.076mm] to 0.098 in [2.5mm]
  • Width: up to 3.5 in [90mm] with larger sizes upon request
  • Length: up to 20 in [500mm]

Surface Finishes

  • Oxide (special request)
  • Etched
  • Flat ground 0.059 in [1.5mm] and larger

Markets We Serve

Innovators rely on our nitinol materials to create new, specialized medical devices and industrial technologies. Our nitinol sheets are used in many different marketing applications, including:

  • Cardiovascular
  • Neurovascular
  • Orthopedic
  • Ophthalmology
  • Dental
  • Urology & Endoscopy
  • Sports Medicine & Trauma
  • Industrial
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