Specialty materials from ATI are essential for modern medical devices and equipment. Our titanium, stainless steel, and superalloy materials help provide strength, formability and biocompatibility in knee and hip implants, orthopedic screws and braces, dental implants, spinal implants, cardiac stents, pacemaker lead wires and other applications.
Our specialty materials play a role in medical systems as well. For example, our niobium-titanium alloys are used in superconducting magnets that power MRI equipment.
2017 was a year of substantial progress toward our long-term vision through much improved ﬁnancial results and important progress on several strategic initiatives.
ATI will host a live broadcast of Q4 2018 results on
Tuesday, January 22 at 8:15 AM Eastern
. The call can be accessed via the Conference Call link below on the day of the broadcast.
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