Medical Engineering

Our precision gauges can be used to measure delicate tools that fulfil even the most demanding specifications - thus enabling medical professionals to minimize surgical impact

Measuring styluses

Measuring styluses – the cream of the crop Part on the left: Rotational erosion and […]

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Functional gage for surgical instruments

Manufacturing the highly complex and precise component 1 (link in detail) requires experience in metal […]

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Recess form plug gage

The inspection of highly filigree bolt heads requires, in terms of gages, that a special […]

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Rotationally symmetric part in the miniature range

Given this size, grinding proper is not a feasible option. The only manufacturing process known […]

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Functional gage / tracing gage

Ever more precise tools are demanded by the medical engineering community. These are manufactured and […]

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Measuring device with standard reference gage

This device is designed to measure a linear dimension of 16.86 ± 0.02.

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Luer gage for the inspection of hypodermic needles

This gage in accordance with EN 1707 is merely one example. Luer gages in accordance […]

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Gage for an implant

This gage is fully eroded, scanned as a free form using our 3D measuring machine, […]

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Inboard hexagon gage with an external shape

This gage is designed to test a hexagon with a wrench size of 2.5 mm. […]

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Form tool gage

This gage, at first sight unexceptional, was designed to test extremely small shapes. It is […]

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Gage for function testing of a ceramic component

This functional gage is designed to test positions on a ceramic component. It is used […]

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