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Decades ago Rubis has been producing precision tweezers. At the beginning, 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 highest quality could be used. Hence, a tradition of craftsmanship with a keen awareness of functional precision, engineered details and aesthetic form was developing that all along has also been a virtue of Swiss watch producers.
A dynamic development made Outils Rubis a market leader, not only as 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, Swatch, General Electric, Siemens, Toshiba, Hewlett Packard, just to name a few, as well as the renowned centres of scientific research like the University of Zürich and the Fraunhofer Institutes are longstanding users of tweezers made by Rubis.
As a company we can look back to years of experience as basis of irreproachable product quality, and have attached utmost importance to research and development of new materials, progressive technology, solutions and functional design. Particularly important: as we take care ourselves of the complete engineering, we are in a position to offer our customers significant advantages. Our own tooling is part of our R&D and allows us to quickly and dependably realise any requests for custom-made products.
We consider personal contact with our customers and suppliers to be of decisive importance. Teamwork is a central pillar of our corporate philosophy.