09.05.2017 - 12.05.2017 — Hall: 3.1 Stand: B 20
Meister & Cie AG develops and produces technically demanding precision braids. We support projects from the search for the optimum fibres to the finished product.
Our experienced development team works in an in-house development and testing laboratory. Thanks to short decision-making channels, we can very quickly develop technically and economically impressive solutions.
For quality assurance purposes, we have a quality management system in accordance with ISO 9001 and 13485 (quality management system for the design and manufacture of medical products).
We produce our braided products exclusively at our Swiss production facility in Hasle-Ru?egsau. We process all common multi- and monofilament fibres into diverse braided products with diameters from 0.04 up to 25 mm on our versatile, high-performance machinery.
Meister AG has developed an innovative production concept called «clean room in clean room» for the serial production of biomedical textile braids that sets new standards in terms of cleanliness and product safety. Our clean, precision braids with diameters starting from 0.04 mm, manufactured in a clean room, open up new possibilities, as e.g. in the field of medical technology.
Biomedical textile braids
Since 2009, Meister AG has been developing biomedical textile braids for customers in the medical field. Our development team tests and develops new braided devices from interesting combinations of materials on an ongoing basis. We support our customers from the search for the optimum fibres through to the finished product.
Our many years of experience in the development and manufacture of textile braided products and our sound knowledge in the field of textile technology enable us to produce innovative solutions that impress our customers from both a technical and economic point of view. We are supported by a first-class network of manufacturers of high-quality biocompatible fibres.
Our braided devices are used primarily in orthopaedics and gastroenterology. They are used as components in surgical instruments or as implants to connect sinews, bones and muscles. There are also potential applications for other surgical disciplines.
Precise fine braids with diameters starting from 0.04 mm open up new possibilities for minimally invasive surgery. Smaller and more delicate areas of the human body can be made accessible.