How to avoid surface damage of sensitive medical components by using non-contact measuring systems
Your orthopedic implants have complex geometries with steep flanks and high-gloss surfaces? Surface damage must be avoided at all costs? This is exactly where optical 3D measurement technology comes in as a quality assurance tool. The focus is on roughness and wear measurement. Furthermore, with optical technologies you benefit from wear-free, automatable measurements as well as traceable and repeatable results. In addition to roughness measurements, the verification of GD&T parameters is becoming increasingly important.
Benefit from Bruker Alicona optical 3D measuring solutions for your quality control and measure dimensional accuracy and surface finish with a single system.
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Our applications for medical technology & pharmaceutics
Here you can see for which applications Bruker Alicona optical 3D metrology is used.
The following measurements can be performed for the analysis of the relevant components: e.g.
- High resolution measurement of dental implants' roughness, including those on thread roots, knee, hip or spinal disc implants
- Complete measurement of surgical drills, milling cutters, etc.
- Measurement of pills and capsules - Simple and visible verification against imitations, determination of slip properties through area-based measurement of surface characteristics
- Quality assurance of orthodontic brackets, packaging products and materials, blister machines and compontens e.g. sealing tools, heating plates and sealing rollers
- Verification of surface finish and quality of surgical instruments and instrument tables
The range of applications is growing. If you have a measuring task, please contact us.
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