errated locking plates, thrust springs and guide pots form the basis for the Ganter locking joints, which can be assembled into entirely individual configurations. The core of these joints is always the locking plates with their precisely aligned serrations as well as their adjustment based on positive and non-positive connections. Alongside the exact serration shape, the division of the teeth is also very important. Ganter relies on typical tooth counts, which allow important and specific adjustment gradations in practical steps of 6, 7.5, 10 and 15 degrees. But that isn’t the only way Ganter differentiates itself from competitors: the fastening of the locking plates is also clearly oriented around the serration position. This combination lays the foundation for clearly defined adjustment concepts.