Medical and Biotechnology

Precise micro-assemblies and optical 3D glass components help medical and biotechnology companies miniaturize and innovate medical devices.

Making life better with precision glass

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In recent years there has been significant growth in advanced technology for medical and biotechnology applications – from personalized medicine to small portable or even embedded medical devices providing 24/7 monitoring. Medical grade devices need to deliver the highest possible accuracy and meet strict regulatory requirements. At LouwersHanique, we understand what it takes to develop and produce unique, ground-breaking solutions, from highly precise medical components used in endoscopy to photomasks for X-ray technology.

Consistency and traceability


The pathway from concept to product approval can be a lengthy one in the world of medical technology. The slightest deviation can have a major impact on a product. Thorough testing and scientific research determine the pathway to final product approval. So having a proven partner, capable of consistently delivering the exact requirements and full traceability, is crucial.

Pushing boundaries and miniaturization

LouwersHanique has been working with OEMs and leading medical technology companies, as well as university and research-driven start-ups. Typically, we are involved from a very early phase of product design. We understand that medical-grade products and material specifications are of utmost importance, particularly traceability, quality and consistency. Regardless of whether that is for the micro-assemblies used in Lab-on-Chip developments or cochlear implants.

Typical applications

  • Medical Laser Solutions
    CO2 laser tubes, laser parts
  • 3D Micro-Assemblies
    3D microstructure, microfluidics, channels, mixers, endoscopy part
  • Medical Implants
    Medical housing implants, hermetic encapsulation, bioceramics, 3D microparts
  • X-rays & Nuclear Medicine
    Glass substrates & columns, nuclear ampules, cartridges, X-ray and imaging components

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