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What is an Anti-Rotational Cable?

Monday, July 25, 2021
Anti-rotational cable is a wire rope that resists the forces of rotation by layering opposing helical strands. Whenever one has a multi-stranded cable, the only way to keep it from unraveling is to ensure the outer diameter remains static, no matter the forces coming from the environment.

Types of Tungsten Cable for Surgical Robots

Thursday, May 5, 2021
Tungsten is fast gaining popularity as the industry-favorite material for manufacturing surgical robots. Tungsten is among the most flexible of all metals used in mechanical cable constructions. This blog presents the common tungsten cables used in surgical robots and their unique advantages.

Tungsten Cable and the Markets it Serves

Wednesday, February 23, 2021
Tungsten is material known to be valued in the construction of mechanical cable due to its heat-resistance, excellent tensile strength and ductility characteristics. This blog breaks down tungsten's properties and what industries it serves.

What are Surgical Robotics Cables?

Tuesday, January 4, 2021
Surgical robots is a growing and rapidly-evolving area of surgical science that commonly requires tungsten cable and cable assemblies to support the motion actuation of the appendages that perform the surgery. Carl Stahl Sava Industries produces these tungsten cables and cable assemblies. Learn how we do so in this blog.

Tungsten Wire: The Perfect Fit for Surgical Robots

Tuesday, July 27, 2020
For decades, stainless steel has been the go-to metal for manufacturers who needed resilient and anti-corrosive material in surgical robots. Read this blog to learn has tungsten wire has taken its place.