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Diamond Scalpel

The diamond scalpel

Especially in the medical field, the diamond scalpel is to be seen as the material of the future, taking into account and using robots. The world’s best surgeons around the world demand products that meet the highest standards.

We would be happy to advise you, as a surgeon or clinic, about the use of our diamond scalpels and the possibilities using robots that can use this extraordinary material in daily use. We are able to produce any diamond scalpel you want, permanently and in large series. Edges with an angle below 9 degrees are standard and angles below 5.2 degrees are no problem either. The use of lasers enables cut edges in the range of 1000 mµ.

Especially in the medical field, the diamond scalpel is to be seen as the material of the future, taking into account and using robots. The world’s best surgeons around the world demand products that meet the highest standards. Our standard corresponds to TQM and DIN ISO 9000 f.f. We work according to criteria that test according to the state of the art and are in the range of ppm. PPM (Parts per million) is a measurement used by many customers to measure quality performance. To calculate: For example, if you had 25 pieces defective in a shipment of 1,000 pieces. 25/1000= . 025 or 2.5% defective. We do not know error rates because we work with software that we have developed. Our data security is multiple redundant and a failure of the system is impossible.

You can find ours in our shop: Junghans-Group.AG/en/Diamond-Scalpel/

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The extraordinary mechanical and thermal properties of the diamond reflect this quality of an extremely attractive material for micromechanical applications. Fast bimetallic actuators, wear-resistant valves, AFM tips, X-ray lenses, MEMS switches and scalpels for microsurgery, these are just a few examples of the wide range of possible applications. The diamond as the basic material has extensive processing know-how, which includes, among other things, precision laser ablation, anisotropic plasma etching, photolithographic structuring, wafer bonding, sensor integration and the deposition of functional layers, a good prerequisite for the realization of new, innovative microsystems. The Junghans Group AG works exclusively with natural diamonds and excludes synthetic processes and synthetic diamonds. All processed diamonds come from our own mine in Africa.

We work out the exact fit with the surgeon and adapt our material to the circumstances. For us, the limit of what is feasible is the daily challenge; implementing this is our daily business.

The possibility of adapting a cutting angle exactly and incorporating the surgeon’s wishes is completely impossible with materials other than the diamond if it is not processed by the laser.

We would be happy to advise you, as a surgeon or clinic, about the use of our diamond scalpels and the possibilities using robots that can use this extraordinary material in daily use. We are able to produce any diamond scalpel you want, permanently and in large series. Cutting edges with an angle of less than 9 degrees are standard and angles below 5.2 degrees are no problem either. The use of lasers enables cut edges in the range of 1000 mµ. The feasible only shifts into the affordable. Even angles under 2.5 degrees are not a problem and are lasered across and indicate a quality that can never be achieved with mechanics or grinding. Our flattest angle is 0.9 degrees and corresponds to the 10.09.2020 highest level of what is technically feasible. The edge has an unevenness of less than 2,500 mµ and is therefore the thinnest cutting tool in the world.

The picture is copyright Junghans Group AG ©
The picture is copyright Junghans Group AG ©