Swiss-Type Machining

We manufacture high-precision implants, screws and semi-finished products for drills and taps on state-of-the-art CNC sliding headstock lathes. Driven machining tools and additional axes enable cost-efficient complete machining even for smaller batch sizes.

Milling at the Highest Level

We program high-performance three- to five-axis machining centers from Hermle and Haas using leading CAM technology. In this way, even the most intricate implants and instruments of the highest quality are created from your drawings or CAD data in all common stainless steels and titanium.

Automated Grinding

On automated grinding machines, we produce more than 250,000 drills and taps annually on behalf of leading international medical technology suppliers. Precision and highest repeatability lead to maximum cutting performance and long-lasting sharpness.

Straightening long Turning Parts

For technical reasons, thin, very long turned parts deform during manufacture. On the unique straightening machine specially developed for PTU medical, we measure and correct the concentricity of the workpieces until it is within the required tolerances. The process and the accuracy achieved are documented for quality assurance.

Quality Assurance

We take our Responsibility serious! Not only for us, but also for our customers, doctors and the health of the patients who carry a piece of PTU medical around with them after an operation – often for decades. We therefore consider the certification of our quality management according to DIN EN ISO 13485 and regular audits to be absolutely indispensable. With the support of state-of-the-art, high-resolution microscopes, the finished workpieces are visually inspected once again before they are being shipped.

Surface Treatment

We offer you all the surface treatment processes commonly used in medical technology, either directly in-house or through long-standing partners.

Electrochemical polishing (electropolishing) and deburring, for example, significantly improve the properties of metallic surfaces.

Anodizing of surfaces, for example of titanium, titanium alloys or niobium, is an electrochemical process for surface finishing of components and instruments, for example for implants, screws, plates, instruments and device parts.