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Quality

Rätia Mechanik is consistent in terms of quality – the four-eyes principle is always used for initial sample inspection. The workpieces are monitored by coordinate measuring machines using controlled measuring cycles throughout the production process.

Quality Assurance

The principle. Consistent quality. At Rätia Mechanik, this principle is always applied in full to every order. The four-eyes principle is always used for initial sample inspection. The workpieces are monitored by coordinate measuring machines using controlled measuring cycles throughout the production process. The controls are therefore consistent and are carried out by qualified employees using high-accuracy measuring instruments.

Zeiss Contura G2

Active measurement with Zeiss VAST XT Gold scanning sensor
Sensor changer with 14 sensor positions
Dimensions 1,000 x 1,200 x 600
Curvimeter software
qs-STAT statistical software
External planning (programming station)
Calypso 6.6 2019 software
Zeiss PiWeb Flex reporting

Zeiss O-Inspect

ZEISS VAST XXT tactile scanning sensor
ZEISS Discovery.V12 zoom lens
Chromatic-confocal white light sensor (Zeiss DotScan)
Sensor magazine
Integral pallet support system
Calypso 6.6 2019 software

Zeiss O-Inspect

ZEISS VAST XXT tactile scanning sensor
ZEISS Discovery.V12 zoom lens
Chromatic-confocal white light sensor (Zeiss DotScan)
Sensor magazine
Integral pallet support system
Calypso 6.6 2019 software

ISO 9001-2015 Certificates

Swiss Made. Clear values, clear qualities – Rätia Mechanik is a Swiss company that lives and breathes the Swiss way of working. Precision and quality are our priority in both the way we manufacture and the way we deal with our customers, suppliers and employees. The proof of our high quality standards is our Quality Management certificate in accordance with the standard ISO 9001:2015.

Re-marking Licence

Marking Authorisation for re-marking. Rätia Mechanik is authorised to mark materials for semi-finished goods and components for identification purposes. This approval is based on the policy from the Swiss Association for Technical Inspections.