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Our services

 

We offer several services for industrial or institutional partners in the following fields.

Material/structural tests
  • Accredited tests based on the following standards

Accredited activity

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The Biomechanical Material Testing Laboratory works based on the quality assurance system regulated by the international standard EN ISO 17025. The test activity of the Laboratory was accredited in 2007 by the Hungarian Accreditation Board.

The detailed list of our standard testing procedures:

Test
Tensile Testing of Metallic Materials
Testing of welded joints of thermoplastics semi-finished products. Tensile test
Determination of tensile properties -- Part 1: General principles
Methods for determining the density of non-cellular plastics -- Part 1: Immersion method, liquid pyknometer method and titration method
Determination of compressive properties
Determination of flexural properties
Determination of tensile properties -- Part 2: Test conditions for moulding and extrusion plastics
Determination of tensile properties -- Part 3: Test conditions for films and sheets
Determination of tensile properties -- Part 4: Test conditions for isotropic and orthotropic fibre-reinforced plastic composites
Determination of tensile properties -- Part 5: Test conditions for unidirectional fibre-reinforced plastic composites
Plastics and ebonite -- Determination of indentation hardness by means of a durometer (Shore hardness)
Standard Guide for Evaluating the Static and Fatigue Properties of Interconnection Mechanisms and Subassemblies Used in Spinal Arthrodesis Implants
Standard Specification and Test Methods for External Skeletal Fixation Devices
Standard Test Methods for Spinal Implant Constructs
Standard Specifications and Test Methods for Components Used in the Surgical Fixation of the Spinal Skeletal System
Standard Specification and Test Methods for Intramedullary Fixation Devices
Standard Specification and Test Method for Metallic Bone Plates
Standard Specification and Test Methods for Metallic Medical Bone Screws
Standard
MSZ EN ISO 6892-1:2010
MSZ EN 12814-2:2000
MSZ EN ISO 527-1:2012
MSZ EN ISO 1183-1:2013
MSZ EN ISO 604:2003
MSZ EN ISO 178:2011
MSZ EN ISO 527-2:2012
MSZ EN ISO 527-3:1996
MSZ EN ISO 527-4:1999
MSZ EN ISO 527-5:2009
MSZ ISO 868:2003
ASTM  F 1798-13
ASTM F 1541 – 02 (2015) (Chapter A7)
ASTM F 1717-15
ASTM F 2193-14
ASTM F 1264-14
ASTM F 382-14
ASTM F 543-13e1

You can find more information about our partners in the references section
 

  • Non-standard individual material or structural tests including cadaver biomechanical static and fatigue tests (tensile, compression, bending torsion tests even in combination).

Torsion test on a plastic spine model Torsion test on a plastic spine model

Cadaver biomechanical test on a hemi-pelvis Cadaver biomechanical test on a hemi-pelvis

 

 

Engineer hourly fee
Doctor hourly fee
Administrator hourly fee
Overhead (Instron 8874)
Overhead (other tests)
Base fee of the test
Documentation (test report)
Discount for 6-10 tests
Discount for more than 10 tests
Custom discount in the case of tests that are longer than 24 hours
Urgent/priority tests additional cost
20 EUR/hour + 27% VAT
25 EUR/hour + 27% VAT
10 EUR/hour + 27% VAT
8 EUR/hour + 27% VAT
1,6 EUR/hour + 27% VAT
16-32 EUR + 27% VAT
16-32 EUR + 27% VAT
10%
15%
50-80%
50%
3D printing

Geometry prototypes of any mechanical part or even implant

We can manufacture even the most complex 3d objects with maximum size of 200x200x250 mm by our  Connex 260 three dimensional printer.

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Individual implants and spacers

We can produce silicon molding forms based on 3D objects printed by our 3d printer. This form can be used for making individual bone substituent implants/spacers for cranioplasty or different orthopaedic operations.

 

The process and the result of the cranioplasty suppirted by 3d printing The process and the result of the cranioplasty suppirted by 3d printing
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cranio02 cranio02
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Surgical planning

The model of the bone holding in your hand offers the best possibilities to plan a difficult operation. You can plan any movement and the whole process, what’s more the model can be formed, drilled as you would do it during the operation. We used this method several times in the case of hip, spine, ankle and foot problems.

 

3D printing vs X-ray and CT 3D printing vs X-ray and CT

 

Cadaver experiments

We offer the organisation of cadaver experiments we are involved.

 

3D scanning

We have a Cobra Fastscan handheld 3D laser scanner. Using this technology we can digitalise objects in a wide size range anywhere.

 

Cobra Fastscan Cobra Fastscan

 

In the case you are interested in our any service please do not hesitate to contact us.

General information

Parent department:
Department of Orthopaedic Surgery, University of Debrecen

Address:
H-4032 Nagyerdei krt. 98, Debrecen, Hungary

Phone:
+36 52 411 717/56983

Fax:
+36 52 255 814

E-mail:
biomech@med.unideb.hu

Web:
www.biomech.med.unideb.hu