Medical Technology & Pharmaceutics
Applications & Measurement Solutions
High-resolution optical 3D metrology is indispensable in the manufacture of instruments, implants and other medical devices. Bruker Alicona measuring solutions enable the automatic area measurement of shape and roughness.
Applications of optical 3D metrology in the medical industry
>> 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
of surface finish and quality of surgical instruments and instrument tables
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Dimensional metrology to increase safety of medical devices, implants and pharmaceutics
Non-contact, dimensional measurement enable a number of time-saving measures in quality assurance. Check out the following material to find out more details on optical 3D measurement solutions used in all stages of the manufacturing process of medical devices.
Quality assurcance in medical technology
Learn how optical 3D metrology is used for quality assurance in medical technology.
Get to know more about:
- GD&T measurement and parametric inspection of bone screws and bone screw drivers
- How to achieve form and roughness measurements of the implant's surface, even on steep flanks and at the groove ground of the implant's thread
- How to numerically verify stability and biocompatibility of implants.
- Full form and cutting edge measurement of surgical drillls, bone milling cutters and other surgical instruments and much more...
The measuring object is an implent, measured with the InfiniteFocusSL with IF-Real3DRotation Unit.
Two measurements were made, one to measure the body of the implant, one to measure the top of it. Typical parameters as thread or angles are measured.