In the fields of gear meshing research, biomedical and physical rehabilitation, the point-meshing force between single-point meshing objects needs to be recognized or understood to obtain some important and crucial information such as force’s changing course and transient friction force at some time. In fact, the measuring space was so very narrow that the single-point meshing force couldn’t be measured out expediently. Aim at solving this problem, a flexibly single-point force sensor was brought forward and devised. This sensor was fabricated out by silk-screen printing technologies. At the same time, the performance indexes of this sensor were measured and calculated, too. Testing parameters were minutely discussed and analyzed. Results showed that the performance indexes of the flexibly single-point force sensor could satisfy the actual measuring requirement of single-point touching objects.

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