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Inlays

The Inlay Technique enables a new, very retaining and gentle repair technique which has been offered and developed by myself over several years.

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 In addition to my own restorations, I work for many colleagues at home and abroad. My newest concept is the data acquisition with 3D camera systems besides the classical laser scan and the processing of CT data. The cooperation with specialized companies for art transfer and courier services, which can competently take over the transfer as an alternative to personal contact, or the visit to colleagues in order to record the data directly on site, has proven itself. On the following pages, the procedure will be explained if you have not seen it yet.

 

Please feel free to contact me and inform yourself!  


How and how much wood can and has to be replaced during the restauration of a damaged instrument? It is an ongoing compromise between the preservation and the functionality of an instrument.

With the modern scan, a cut technique and many years of development, I can offer you as being one of the first of all; a unique Inlay Technique. On account of this, it is only necessary to remove a minimal amount of wood. For this "hole" to be filled, I can craft a wooden 3D "puzzle piece", that fits exactly like a dental inlay. Different curved recesses and depths are no longer a problem. This procedure is registered as a patent and was honoured with the Special Price for Innovation in Hessen ("Sonderpreis für Innovation des Landes Hessen") on 27th of November 2008.

 


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