The standard ISO 13565-2 defines the RkRk parameters for the functional characterisation of technical surfaces. So far, no particular material measures for the calibration of these parameters have been defined in the international standardization. For the application and the functional behaviour of technical surfaces the RkRk parameters however have a critical significance, so there is a demand by the industry to calibrate these parameters as they are increasingly applied for the quality assessment of workpieces. In the present paper, a proposal for suitable material measures is presented. An algorithm is described, which transforms the data of a real measured profile in a way that the exact defined parameters of RkRk, RpkRpk and RvkRvk are equated. The material measures geometry corresponds to its later application and the target parameters are almost freely selectable. The approach for transforming surface profile data with the aid of the Abbott curve is introduced generically, solves an inverse problem and considers the influences from the manufacturing and measuring process. The designed material measure is manufactured with the aid of ultra-precision turning. In matters of the aspired industrial application, comparison measurements are carried out in order to examine the practical abilities of the material measure and the repeatability of the approach is proven.