Rubis Tweezers Singapore

Engineered for precision

Rubis Tweezers Singapore

For over 60 years Rubis has been producing precision tweezers. In the beginning, Rubis tweezers were manufactured exclusively for the Swiss watch industry. For assembling the delicate mechanical clockworks of famous watches like Patek Philippe, Cartier, Rolex, and others only the most precise tweezers of the highest quality could be used. Rubis Tweezers Singapore

A dynamic development made Outils Rubis a market leader, not only as a supplier of tweezers to the watch industry but to rapidly growing industries with demanding applications such as electronics, microelectronics, robotics, telecommunications, space technology, R&D, biogenetics, laboratories, surgery, microscopy, biology, microbiology, chemistry, and medicine. Companies of worldwide reputation such as Motorola, Nokia, General Electric, Siemens, Toshiba, and Hewlett Packard, just to name a few, as well as the renowned centers of scientific research like the University of Zürich and the Fraunhofer Institutes are longstanding users of tweezers. We carry the whole range of Rubis Tweezers in Singapore.

Precision tweezers are used in a variety of applications where a high level of accuracy and control is required. Some common uses include:

  1. Electronics and circuitry: Precision Rubis tweezers Singapore are commonly used in the assembly and repair of small electronic components such as resistors, capacitors, and integrated circuits. The fine tips of the tweezers allow for precise placement and manipulation of these delicate components.
  2. Jewelry making: Precision tweezers are essential tools for jewelry makers, particularly for tasks such as picking up and placing small gemstones, beads, and findings. The sharp and pointed tips of the tweezers make it easier to handle these small and often intricate pieces.
  3. Optics and microscopy: Precision Rubis tweezers are used in the field of optics and microscopy for tasks such as handling delicate lenses, mirrors, and other optical components. The fine tips of the tweezers allow for precise positioning and alignment of these components.
  4. Medical and scientific research: Precision tweezers are commonly used in medical and scientific research labs for tasks such as handling small samples, dissecting specimens, or manipulating delicate materials such as DNA or cells. The precise control offered by the tweezers is vital in these applications.