Artificial ligaments

Artificial textile ligaments are intended for the augmentation and reconstruction of injured ligaments located in different parts of the body, and are designed to simulate the behavior of natural ligaments.

These applications consist of a polyester material featuring a special knitted texture in the central part, achievable through the use of crochet machines. The finished product’s layout and dimensions can vary based on the user’s needs and intended surgical treatments.

End-use: artificial ligament for reconstructing knee ligaments

Specifications: the sample in the picture was created in medical polyester

Machine model: ACOTRONIC 8B/600, gauge 14 n.p.i, long throw device (DLT)

The diameter of the ligament depends on the number of longitudinal fibers from which the sample is made

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