RÖSLER

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rosler-fr@rosler.com
ZI DE LA FONTAINE D'AZON - CS 50513 SAINT CLEMENT
89105 SENS CEDEX
France
www.rosler.com

Our company

Rösler France, a subsidiary of Rösler Oberflächentechnik GmbH established in Sens at 100kms from Paris, is an innovative and experienced company with 120 employees on 10000 m2 facility. The Rösler Group is the worldwide expert for mechanical surface finishing technologies. As a machine’s manufacturer, we are offering a wide range of solutions: mass finishing (deburring, radiusing, finishing, super-finishing), shot blasting dry and wet (surface preparation, cleaning) and post-processing of parts and produced by additive manufacturing. To complete our offer, Rösler provides a wide range of consumables adapted to each process available from our local warehouse with fast deliveries. Our service and spare parts team is available to support you and guarantee the full performance of your machines.

We rely on our own state-of-the-art design offices for mechanical design, automation, robotics, and industrial IT to offer high performance machines consistent with Industry 4.0

Rösler France has its own Customer Experience Center to define individually for each single project the perfect solution (machine and consumable) to fit your own specifications of parts results and production performance.

Our products and solutions

Rösler Mass finishing solutions:

The surface finishing requirements for medical components can be quite complex. In the field of orthopedic implants these materials include a variety of stainless-steel alloys, titanium or plastic. For prosthetics and orthotics components non-ferrous light metals and special plastic materials such as carbon fiber are utilized.

We propose various machines as rotary or tug vibrators, drag finishers or surf finishers for processing single work pieces or batch processing.

Rösler Shot Blasting solutions:

The Shotblasting applications for medical components can be removal of core, descaling, cleaning, deburring, surface preparation, shot peening, creating a mat finish or surface texturing.
This can be achieved through manual or automated shotblasting machines (dry or wet) or high pressure waterjets.

AM 3D Post Processing technology:

Like in other technologies, the post processing tasks for medical components extend to the removal of loose or sintered powder from the 3D work pieces and surface refinement.This can include deburring, precisely defined edge radiusing, surface smoothing and frequently high gloss polishing of implants and surgical instruments.