kern precision | no better choice when it comes to maximum precison!

kern precision | no better choice when it comes to maximum precison!

The KERN Micro HD is the solution for high-precision serial and prototype production and when the ques-tion comes up whether production is still possible. This system is based on the second generation of KERN Micro, which was launched in 2019, and relies on proven, high-quality KERN technology. It provides absolute reliability and stability over a long machine life.

With the newly developed micro-gap hydrostatics, the linear drives and the advanced KERN temperature management, the KERN Micro HD is the new benchmark in precision, long-term stability and dynamics. Together with the know-how of our customers and the KERN application technology, the KERN Micro HD is unmatched.

When designing our machines, we take into account all aspects of automated serial production from automatic tool change to ergonomics at each access point. Tool change For fast and safe tool changes during serial production runs, all KERN machines provide the ability to load the tool magazine during machining. A large number of tool slots allows long periods of autonomic operation; the tools are optimal and clearly arranged. The quick-change system of the KERN Micro is patented. Ergonomics The optimal accessibility and clamping height of every KERN machine ensures ergonomic working. The work space is bright, easily visible and accessible at all times by a main door even with the machine running under automation. Axle kinematics KERN machines are designed with optimized axle kinematics in order to minimize travel ranges, especially for small, 5-axis parts. Highly economical linear axes and generous tilt and rotational axes, combined with their optimized spatial arrangement, enable complicated free-form geometries to be machined with the lowest possible travel ranges, in a single clamping. Patented machine stands The symmetrical, gantry design of KERN machines with a machine stand made from KERN Amorith (mineral casting, reinforced with heavy steel struts) suppresses virtually all oscillations by virtue of its weight and patented material.

When designing our machines, we take into account all aspects of automated serial production from automatic tool change to ergonomics at each access point. Tool change For fast and safe tool changes during serial production runs, all KERN machines provide the ability to load the tool magazine during machining. A large number of tool slots allows long periods of autonomic operation; the tools are optimal and clearly arranged. The quick-change system of the KERN Micro is patented. Ergonomics The optimal accessibility and clamping height of every KERN machine ensures ergonomic working. The work space is bright, easily visible and accessible at all times by a main door even with the machine running under automation. Axle kinematics KERN machines are designed with optimized axle kinematics in order to minimize travel ranges, especially for small, 5-axis parts. Highly economical linear axes and generous tilt and rotational axes, combined with their optimized spatial arrangement, enable complicated free-form geometries to be machined with the lowest possible travel ranges, in a single clamping. Patented machine stands The symmetrical, gantry design of KERN machines with a machine stand made from KERN Amorith (mineral casting, reinforced with heavy steel struts) suppresses virtually all oscillations by virtue of its weight and patented material.

KERN CNC machining centers have standardized interfaces for all common automation systems. With the ability of a KERN to be integrated into any existing production system, our machines offer maximum flexibility and security for your automation tasks.

Automation KERN CNC machining centers have standardized interfaces for all common automation systems. With the ability of a KERN to be integrated into any existing production system, our machines offer maximum flexibility and security for your automation tasks.

Due to proprietary software algorithms the heat is dissipated in a controlled manner at the places where the temperature is produced. Thats the reason why KERN machines achieve an extremely high temperature stability without influencing the indoor climate.

When designing our machines, we take into account all aspects of automated serial production from automatic tool change to ergonomics at each access point. Tool change For fast and safe tool changes during serial production runs, all KERN machines provide the ability to load the tool magazine during machining. A large number of tool slots allows long periods of autonomic operation; the tools are optimal and clearly arranged. The quick-change system of the KERN Micro is patented. Ergonomics The optimal accessibility and clamping height of every KERN machine ensures ergonomic working. The work space is bright, easily visible and accessible at all times by a main door even with the machine running under automation. Axle kinematics KERN machines are designed with optimized axle kinematics in order to minimize travel ranges, especially for small, 5-axis parts. Highly economical linear axes and generous tilt and rotational axes, combined with their optimized spatial arrangement, enable complicated free-form geometries to be machined with the lowest possible travel ranges, in a single clamping. Patented machine stands The symmetrical, gantry design of KERN machines with a machine stand made from KERN Amorith (mineral casting, reinforced with heavy steel struts) suppresses virtually all oscillations by virtue of its weight and patented material.

When designing our machines, we take into account all aspects of automated serial production from automatic tool change to ergonomics at each access point. Tool change For fast and safe tool changes during serial production runs, all KERN machines provide the ability to load the tool magazine during machining. A large number of tool slots allows long periods of autonomic operation; the tools are optimal and clearly arranged. The quick-change system of the KERN Micro is patented. Ergonomics The optimal accessibility and clamping height of every KERN machine ensures ergonomic working. The work space is bright, easily visible and accessible at all times by a main door even with the machine running under automation. Axle kinematics KERN machines are designed with optimized axle kinematics in order to minimize travel ranges, especially for small, 5-axis parts. Highly economical linear axes and generous tilt and rotational axes, combined with their optimized spatial arrangement, enable complicated free-form geometries to be machined with the lowest possible travel ranges, in a single clamping. Patented machine stands The symmetrical, gantry design of KERN machines with a machine stand made from KERN Amorith (mineral casting, reinforced with heavy steel struts) suppresses virtually all oscillations by virtue of its weight and patented material.

In microtechnology, manufacturers of shaping and cutting dies and molds are often tasked with precise machining of very hard materials. All CNC Machining centers by KERN Microtechnik are perfectly suited to the direct milling of hardened steels or even carbide as well as milling with copper, tungsten copper and graphite electrodes.

The KERN Micro and KERN Evo CNC machining centers by KERN Microtechnik are a supreme match for the extraordinarily high expectations and requirements which the automotive industry places on serial production machines. KERN machines distinguish themselves by exceeding the highest quality standards and delivering extreme process stability and reliability while being specifically optimized for unmanned, 24/7 production.

Dental technology products, for example dental prostheses, require precision machines capable of rapidly milling highly varying workpieces made from very hard materials like titanium and ceramics. Dental prostheses are frequently made and fitted for the patient on the same day, placing especially high demands for reliability and flexibility on the CNC machining center being used.

KERN Microtechnik possesses long-standing experience of the dental industrys unique requirements. With the KERN Micro KERN Microtechnik has developed a universal machine capable of not only processing the widest range of very hard materials, but also of fast and precise milling of complex geometric forms. Thanks to extensive automation and short processing times, KERN Micro offers the dental industry sustained precision during continuous operation.

Medical products, e.g. precision components in surgical instruments, are manufactured from premium, hard to process materials like titanium, chromium cobalt, stainless steel, ceramics or especially hard plastics (e.g. PEEK or polyacetal). Their ability to be easily and hygienically cleaned is particularly important, making the quality requirements correspondingly high for CNC machining centers used for the serial production of medical equipment.

Micromechanics the production of microscopically small components requires high volumes of precision-milled parts. Our KERN Evo and KERN Micro machines are not only optimized for automated high speed manufacturing of watch plates and watch parts, but also for lightguide connection elements, medical endoscope heads and turbine wheels in the submillimeter range.

In close collaboration with a wide range of watchmakers, the performance of KERNs high precision machining centers has been perfected right from the start. For many years, KERN machining centers have met the exacting demands of these industries for (free-form) geometric complexity, precision and surface finish, setting new standards for machining capabilities in the microtechnology sector.

Our machines are making valuable contributions to high level research projects in internationally renowned scientific institutions throughout Europe, Asia, USA, Brazil, Cuba and South Africa. Whether with KERN machines at our customers sites or at KERNs contract production plant in Eschenlohe KERN Microtechnik is an active development partner for high precision parts across a vast range of technologies and research fields:

With its new design and advanced developments, the second generation of the KERN Micro sets new standards in flexibility, precision and productivity. Ultra-compact, trimmed for productivity and precision, flexible and application-oriented, the KERN Micro Vario generates the decisive competitive advantage permanently and efficiently.

With the sophisticated machine design, the unique KERN temperature management and the high-end components, the machine reliably delivers the well-known KERN precision and repeatability. The KERN Micro Vario is at home in the industrial environment. It is reliable, robust and durable for every kind of application. Special editions for the perfect machining of graphite or for zirconia machining are also available on the basis of a KERN Micro Vario.

The position accuracy of KERN Machines according to VDI/DGQ 3441 is legendary. Each machine is laser-measured to guarantee precise positions down to the from the first to the 10,000th workpiece during unmanned serial production.

For fast and safe tool changes during serial production runs, all KERN machines provide the ability to load the tool magazine during machining. A large number of tool slots allows long periods of autonomic operation; the tools are optimal and clearly arranged. The quick-change system of the KERN Micro is patented.

The optimal accessibility and clamping height of every KERN machine ensures ergonomic working. The work space is bright, easily visible and accessible at all times by a main door even with the machine running under automation.

KERN machines are designed with optimized axle kinematics in order to minimize travel ranges, especially for small, 5-axis parts. Highly economical linear axes and generous tilt and rotational axes, combined with their optimized spatial arrangement, enable complicated free-form geometries to be machined with the lowest possible travel ranges, in a single clamping.

The symmetrical, gantry design of KERN machines with a machine stand made from KERN Amorith (mineral casting, reinforced with heavy steel struts) suppresses virtually all oscillations by virtue of its weight and patented material.

For fast and safe tool changes during serial production runs, all KERN machines provide the ability to load the tool magazine during machining. A large number of tool slots allows long periods of autonomic operation; the tools are optimal and clearly arranged. The quick-change system of the KERN Micro is patented.

The optimal accessibility and clamping height of every KERN machine ensures ergonomic working. The work space is bright, easily visible and accessible at all times by a main door even with the machine running under automation.

KERN machines are designed with optimized axle kinematics in order to minimize travel ranges, especially for small, 5-axis parts. Highly economical linear axes and generous tilt and rotational axes, combined with their optimized spatial arrangement, enable complicated free-form geometries to be machined with the lowest possible travel ranges, in a single clamping.

The symmetrical, gantry design of KERN machines with a machine stand made from KERN Amorith (mineral casting, reinforced with heavy steel struts) suppresses virtually all oscillations by virtue of its weight and patented material.

KERN CNC machining centers have standardized interfaces for all common automation systems. With the ability of a KERN to be integrated into any existing production system, our machines offer maximum flexibility and security for your automation tasks.

KERN CNC machining centers have standardized interfaces for all common automation systems. With the ability of a KERN to be integrated into any existing production system, our machines offer maximum flexibility and security for your automation tasks.

Due to proprietary software algorithms the heat is dissipated in a controlled manner at the places where the temperature is produced. Thats the reason why KERN machines achieve an extremely high temperature stability without influencing the indoor climate.

For fast and safe tool changes during serial production runs, all KERN machines provide the ability to load the tool magazine during machining. A large number of tool slots allows long periods of autonomic operation; the tools are optimal and clearly arranged. The quick-change system of the KERN Micro is patented.

The optimal accessibility and clamping height of every KERN machine ensures ergonomic working. The work space is bright, easily visible and accessible at all times by a main door even with the machine running under automation.

KERN machines are designed with optimized axle kinematics in order to minimize travel ranges, especially for small, 5-axis parts. Highly economical linear axes and generous tilt and rotational axes, combined with their optimized spatial arrangement, enable complicated free-form geometries to be machined with the lowest possible travel ranges, in a single clamping.

The symmetrical, gantry design of KERN machines with a machine stand made from KERN Amorith (mineral casting, reinforced with heavy steel struts) suppresses virtually all oscillations by virtue of its weight and patented material.

For fast and safe tool changes during serial production runs, all KERN machines provide the ability to load the tool magazine during machining. A large number of tool slots allows long periods of autonomic operation; the tools are optimal and clearly arranged. The quick-change system of the KERN Micro is patented.

The optimal accessibility and clamping height of every KERN machine ensures ergonomic working. The work space is bright, easily visible and accessible at all times by a main door even with the machine running under automation.

KERN machines are designed with optimized axle kinematics in order to minimize travel ranges, especially for small, 5-axis parts. Highly economical linear axes and generous tilt and rotational axes, combined with their optimized spatial arrangement, enable complicated free-form geometries to be machined with the lowest possible travel ranges, in a single clamping.

The symmetrical, gantry design of KERN machines with a machine stand made from KERN Amorith (mineral casting, reinforced with heavy steel struts) suppresses virtually all oscillations by virtue of its weight and patented material.

In microtechnology, manufacturers of shaping and cutting dies and molds are often tasked with precise machining of very hard materials. All CNC Machining centers by KERN Microtechnik are perfectly suited to the direct milling of hardened steels or even carbide as well as milling with copper, tungsten copper and graphite electrodes.

The KERN Micro and KERN Evo CNC machining centers by KERN Microtechnik are a supreme match for the extraordinarily high expectations and requirements which the automotive industry places on serial production machines. KERN machines distinguish themselves by exceeding the highest quality standards and delivering extreme process stability and reliability while being specifically optimized for unmanned, 24/7 production.

Dental technology products, for example, dental prostheses, require precision machines capable of rapidly milling highly varying workpieces made from very hard materials like titanium and ceramics. Dental prostheses are frequently made and fitted for the patient on the same day, placing especially high demands for reliability and flexibility on the CNC machining center being used.

KERN Microtechnik possesses long-standing experience of the dental industrys unique requirements. With the KERN Micro, KERN Microtechnik has developed a universal machine capable of not only processing the widest range of very hard materials but also of fast and precise milling of complex geometric forms. Thanks to extensive automation and short processing times, KERN Micro offers the dental industry sustained precision during continuous operation.

Medical products, e.g. precision components in surgical instruments, are manufactured from premium, hard to process materials like titanium, chromium cobalt, stainless steel, ceramics or especially hard plastics (e.g. PEEK or polyacetal). Their ability to be easily and hygienically cleaned is particularly important, making the quality requirements correspondingly high for CNC machining centers used for the serial production of medical equipment.

Micromechanics the production of microscopically small components requires high volumes of precision-milled parts. Our KERN Evo and KERN Micro machines are not only optimized for automated high-speed manufacturing of watch plates and watch parts but also for light guide connection elements, medical endoscope heads and turbine wheels in the submillimeter range.

In close collaboration with a wide range of watchmakers, the performance of KERNs high precision machining centers has been perfected right from the start. For many years, KERN machining centers have met the exacting demands of these industries for (free-form) geometric complexity, precision and surface finish, setting new standards for machining capabilities in the microtechnology sector.

Our machines are making valuable contributions to high-level research projects in internationally renowned scientific institutions throughout Europe, Asia, USA, Brazil, Cuba and South Africa. Whether with KERN machines at our customers sites or at KERNs contract production plant in Eschenlohe KERN Microtechnik is an active development partner for high precision parts across a vast range of technologies and research fields:

Since its launch on the market, the KERN Micro has stood out from the competition by combining extreme precision with unrivaled flexibility and performance. Based on a mature machine platform, the KERN Micro Pro is a solution focused on the industrial environment and precision serial production.

In many applications the focus is not on achieving a sub-2 m precision on the workpiece, but rather on the machines series stability, integration capability and cost-effectiveness. The sleek KERN Micro Pro is designed to perfectly meet these requirements.

Due to the consistent focus on serial production, a machine was created that combines productivity, efficiency and reliability like no other. The system is based on proven, high-quality KERN technology and guarantees reliability and stability over a long machine life.

The position accuracy of KERN Machines according to VDI/DGQ 3441 is legendary. Each machine is laser-measured to guarantee precise positions down to the from the first to the 10,000th workpiece during unmanned serial production.

When designing our machines, we take into account all aspects of automated serial production from automatic tool change to ergonomics at each access point. Tool change For fast and safe tool changes during serial production runs, all KERN machines provide the ability to load the tool magazine during machining. A large number of tool slots allows long periods of autonomic operation; the tools are optimal and clearly arranged. The quick-change system of the KERN Micro is patented. Ergonomics The optimal accessibility and clamping height of every KERN machine ensures ergonomic working. The work space is bright, easily visible and accessible at all times by a main door even with the machine running under automation. Axle kinematics KERN machines are designed with optimized axle kinematics in order to minimize travel ranges, especially for small, 5-axis parts. Highly economical linear axes and generous tilt and rotational axes, combined with their optimized spatial arrangement, enable complicated free-form geometries to be machined with the lowest possible travel ranges, in a single clamping. Patented machine stands The symmetrical, gantry design of KERN machines with a machine stand made from KERN Amorith (mineral casting, reinforced with heavy steel struts) suppresses virtually all oscillations by virtue of its weight and patented material.

When designing our machines, we take into account all aspects of automated serial production from automatic tool change to ergonomics at each access point. Tool change For fast and safe tool changes during serial production runs, all KERN machines provide the ability to load the tool magazine during machining. A large number of tool slots allows long periods of autonomic operation; the tools are optimal and clearly arranged. The quick-change system of the KERN Micro is patented. Ergonomics The optimal accessibility and clamping height of every KERN machine ensures ergonomic working. The work space is bright, easily visible and accessible at all times by a main door even with the machine running under automation. Axle kinematics KERN machines are designed with optimized axle kinematics in order to minimize travel ranges, especially for small, 5-axis parts. Highly economical linear axes and generous tilt and rotational axes, combined with their optimized spatial arrangement, enable complicated free-form geometries to be machined with the lowest possible travel ranges, in a single clamping. Patented machine stands The symmetrical, gantry design of KERN machines with a machine stand made from KERN Amorith (mineral casting, reinforced with heavy steel struts) suppresses virtually all oscillations by virtue of its weight and patented material.

KERN CNC machining centers have standardized interfaces for all common automation systems. With the ability of a KERN to be integrated into any existing production system, our machines offer maximum flexibility and security for your automation tasks.

Automation KERN CNC machining centers have standardized interfaces for all common automation systems. With the ability of a KERN to be integrated into any existing production system, our machines offer maximum flexibility and security for your automation tasks.

Due to proprietary software algorithms the heat is dissipated in a controlled manner at the places where the temperature is produced. Thats the reason why KERN machines achieve an extremely high temperature stability without influencing the indoor climate.

When designing our machines, we take into account all aspects of automated serial production from automatic tool change to ergonomics at each access point. Tool change For fast and safe tool changes during serial production runs, all KERN machines provide the ability to load the tool magazine during machining. A large number of tool slots allows long periods of autonomic operation; the tools are optimal and clearly arranged. The quick-change system of the KERN Micro is patented. Ergonomics The optimal accessibility and clamping height of every KERN machine ensures ergonomic working. The work space is bright, easily visible and accessible at all times by a main door even with the machine running under automation. Axle kinematics KERN machines are designed with optimized axle kinematics in order to minimize travel ranges, especially for small, 5-axis parts. Highly economical linear axes and generous tilt and rotational axes, combined with their optimized spatial arrangement, enable complicated free-form geometries to be machined with the lowest possible travel ranges, in a single clamping. Patented machine stands The symmetrical, gantry design of KERN machines with a machine stand made from KERN Amorith (mineral casting, reinforced with heavy steel struts) suppresses virtually all oscillations by virtue of its weight and patented material.

When designing our machines, we take into account all aspects of automated serial production from automatic tool change to ergonomics at each access point. Tool change For fast and safe tool changes during serial production runs, all KERN machines provide the ability to load the tool magazine during machining. A large number of tool slots allows long periods of autonomic operation; the tools are optimal and clearly arranged. The quick-change system of the KERN Micro is patented. Ergonomics The optimal accessibility and clamping height of every KERN machine ensures ergonomic working. The work space is bright, easily visible and accessible at all times by a main door even with the machine running under automation. Axle kinematics KERN machines are designed with optimized axle kinematics in order to minimize travel ranges, especially for small, 5-axis parts. Highly economical linear axes and generous tilt and rotational axes, combined with their optimized spatial arrangement, enable complicated free-form geometries to be machined with the lowest possible travel ranges, in a single clamping. Patented machine stands The symmetrical, gantry design of KERN machines with a machine stand made from KERN Amorith (mineral casting, reinforced with heavy steel struts) suppresses virtually all oscillations by virtue of its weight and patented material.

In microtechnology, manufacturers of shaping and cutting dies and molds are often tasked with precise machining of very hard materials. All CNC Machining centers by KERN Microtechnik are perfectly suited to the direct milling of hardened steels or even carbide as well as milling with copper, tungsten copper and graphite electrodes.

The KERN Micro and KERN Evo CNC machining centers by KERN Microtechnik are a supreme match for the extraordinarily high expectations and requirements which the automotive industry places on serial production machines. KERN machines distinguish themselves by exceeding the highest quality standards and delivering extreme process stability and reliability while being specifically optimized for unmanned, 24/7 production.

Dental technology products, for example dental prostheses, require precision machines capable of rapidly milling highly varying workpieces made from very hard materials like titanium and ceramics. Dental prostheses are frequently made and fitted for the patient on the same day, placing especially high demands for reliability and flexibility on the CNC machining center being used.

KERN Microtechnik possesses long-standing experience of the dental industrys unique requirements. With the KERN Micro KERN Microtechnik has developed a universal machine capable of not only processing the widest range of very hard materials, but also of fast and precise milling of complex geometric forms. Thanks to extensive automation and short processing times, KERN Micro offers the dental industry sustained precision during continuous operation.

Medical products, e.g. precision components in surgical instruments, are manufactured from premium, hard to process materials like titanium, chromium cobalt, stainless steel, ceramics or especially hard plastics (e.g. PEEK or polyacetal). Their ability to be easily and hygienically cleaned is particularly important, making the quality requirements correspondingly high for CNC machining centers used for the serial production of medical equipment.

Micromechanics the production of microscopically small components requires high volumes of precision-milled parts. Our KERN Evo and KERN Micro machines are not only optimized for automated high speed manufacturing of watch plates and watch parts, but also for lightguide connection elements, medical endoscope heads and turbine wheels in the submillimeter range.

In close collaboration with a wide range of watchmakers, the performance of KERNs high precision machining centers has been perfected right from the start. For many years, KERN machining centers have met the exacting demands of these industries for (free-form) geometric complexity, precision and surface finish, setting new standards for machining capabilities in the microtechnology sector.

Our machines are making valuable contributions to high level research projects in internationally renowned scientific institutions throughout Europe, Asia, USA, Brazil, Cuba and South Africa. Whether with KERN machines at our customers sites or at KERNs contract production plant in Eschenlohe KERN Microtechnik is an active development partner for high precision parts across a vast range of technologies and research fields:

With its proprietary X-Y cross table, KERN Evo delivers maximum precision in a small installation space. The design allows maximum smoothness and excellent surface finish (Ra < 1 m) even at high speeds and acceleration values.

Short distances between components and drives ensure minimal angle errors, while ultra-high resolution direct measuring systems guarantee maximum repeat accuracy in a working space of 300 x 300mm. KERN Evo can be optionally equipped with a 4th and 5th axis without compromising the stability and high precision of the basic machine.

The position accuracy of KERN Machines according to VDI/DGQ 3441 is legendary. Each machine is laser-measured to guarantee precise positions down to the from the first to the 10,000th workpiece during unmanned serial production.

KERN CNC machining centers have standardized interfaces for all common automation systems. With the ability of a KERN to be integrated into any existing production system, our machines offer maximum flexibility and security for your automation tasks.

Automation KERN CNC machining centers have standardized interfaces for all common automation systems. With the ability of a KERN to be integrated into any existing production system, our machines offer maximum flexibility and security for your automation tasks.

Due to proprietary software algorithms the heat is dissipated in a controlled manner at the places where the temperature is produced. Thats the reason why KERN machines achieve an extremely high temperature stability without influencing the indoor climate.

When designing our machines, we take into account all aspects of automated serial production from automatic tool change to ergonomics at each access point. Tool change For fast and safe tool changes during serial production runs, all KERN machines provide the ability to load the tool magazine during machining. A large number of tool slots allows long periods of autonomic operation; the tools are optimal and clearly arranged. The quick-change system of the KERN Micro is patented. Ergonomics The optimal accessibility and clamping height of every KERN machine ensures ergonomic working. The work space is bright, easily visible and accessible at all times by a main door even with the machine running under automation. Axle kinematics KERN machines are designed with optimized axle kinematics in order to minimize travel ranges, especially for small, 5-axis parts. Highly economical linear axes and generous tilt and rotational axes, combined with their optimized spatial arrangement, enable complicated free-form geometries to be machined with the lowest possible travel ranges, in a single clamping. Patented machine stands The symmetrical, gantry design of KERN machines with a machine stand made from KERN Amorith (mineral casting, reinforced with heavy steel struts) suppresses virtually all oscillations by virtue of its weight and patented material.

In microtechnology, manufacturers of shaping and cutting dies and molds are often tasked with precise machining of very hard materials. All CNC Machining centers by KERN Microtechnik are perfectly suited to the direct milling of hardened steels or even carbide as well as milling with copper, tungsten copper and graphite electrodes.

The KERN Micro and KERN Evo CNC machining centers by KERN Microtechnik are a supreme match for the extraordinarily high expectations and requirements which the automotive industry places on serial production machines. KERN machines distinguish themselves by exceeding the highest quality standards and delivering extreme process stability and reliability while being specifically optimized for unmanned, 24/7 production.

Dental technology products, for example dental prostheses, require precision machines capable of rapidly milling highly varying workpieces made from very hard materials like titanium and ceramics. Dental prostheses are frequently made and fitted for the patient on the same day, placing especially high demands for reliability and flexibility on the CNC machining center being used.

KERN Microtechnik possesses long-standing experience of the dental industrys unique requirements. With the KERN Micro KERN Microtechnik has developed a universal machine capable of not only processing the widest range of very hard materials, but also of fast and precise milling of complex geometric forms. Thanks to extensive automation and short processing times, KERN Micro offers the dental industry sustained precision during continuous operation.

Medical products, e.g. precision components in surgical instruments, are manufactured from premium, hard to process materials like titanium, chromium cobalt, stainless steel, ceramics or especially hard plastics (e.g. PEEK or polyacetal). Their ability to be easily and hygienically cleaned is particularly important, making the quality requirements correspondingly high for CNC machining centers used for the serial production of medical equipment.

Micromechanics the production of microscopically small components requires high volumes of precision-milled parts. Our KERN Evo and KERN Micro machines are not only optimized for automated high speed manufacturing of watch plates and watch parts, but also for lightguide connection elements, medical endoscope heads and turbine wheels in the submillimeter range.

In close collaboration with a wide range of watchmakers, the performance of KERNs high precision machining centers has been perfected right from the start. For many years, KERN machining centers have met the exacting demands of these industries for (free-form) geometric complexity, precision and surface finish, setting new standards for machining capabilities in the microtechnology sector.

Our machines are making valuable contributions to high level research projects in internationally renowned scientific institutions throughout Europe, Asia, USA, Brazil, Cuba and South Africa. Whether with KERN machines at our customers sites or at KERNs contract production plant in Eschenlohe KERN Microtechnik is an active development partner for high precision parts across a vast range of technologies and research fields:

The KERN Pyramid Nano is designed for applications that demand the highest precision and surface quality, even with large workpieces that require short machining times. With the integrated workpiece changer, the KERN Pyramid Nano can also be used in unmanned operation, even for 5-axis simultaneous machining assignments.

Driven by hydrostatic bearings and guidings, KERN Pyramid Nano is one of the most precise CNC machining centers in the world. By focusing on reliability in serial operation, this machine achieves ultra-precision manufacturing of industrial workloads.

At the heart of the machine are the axes, which are mounted on hydrostatic bearings and therefore promise virtually wear-free precision throughout its lifetime. This means the quality and precision of all axes remain constant over extremely long time-frames. In addition, the hydrostatic system enables high acceleration with excellent vibration damping, bringing productivity and precision into perfect harmony. In combination with KERNs proprietary temperature management system, an optimally configured machine system is guaranteed at all times.

Our KERN Pyramid Nano machining center distinguishes itself by using axes driven by hydrostatic bearings that allow nano-precision, maximum surface quality, high acceleration and excellent vibration damping over virtually unlimited periods of time.

The position accuracy of KERN Machines according to VDI/DGQ 3441 is legendary. Each machine is laser-measured to guarantee precise positions down to the from the first to the 10,000th workpiece during unmanned serial production.

Due to proprietary software algorithms the heat is dissipated in a controlled manner at the places where the temperature is produced. Thats the reason why KERN machines achieve an extremely high temperature stability without influencing the indoor climate.

KERN CNC machining centers have standardized interfaces for all common automation systems. With the ability of a KERN to be integrated into any existing production system, our machines offer maximum flexibility and security for your automation tasks.

Automation KERN CNC machining centers have standardized interfaces for all common automation systems. With the ability of a KERN to be integrated into any existing production system, our machines offer maximum flexibility and security for your automation tasks.

When designing our machines, we take into account all aspects of automated serial production from automatic tool change to ergonomics at each access point. Tool change For fast and safe tool changes during serial production runs, all KERN machines provide the ability to load the tool magazine during machining. A large number of tool slots allows long periods of autonomic operation; the tools are optimal and clearly arranged. The quick-change system of the KERN Micro is patented. Ergonomics The optimal accessibility and clamping height of every KERN machine ensures ergonomic working. The work space is bright, easily visible and accessible at all times by a main door even with the machine running under automation. Axle kinematics KERN machines are designed with optimized axle kinematics in order to minimize travel ranges, especially for small, 5-axis parts. Highly economical linear axes and generous tilt and rotational axes, combined with their optimized spatial arrangement, enable complicated free-form geometries to be machined with the lowest possible travel ranges, in a single clamping. Patented machine stands The symmetrical, gantry design of KERN machines with a machine stand made from KERN Amorith (mineral casting, reinforced with heavy steel struts) suppresses virtually all oscillations by virtue of its weight and patented material.

Dressing units incl. dressing cycles Ultrasonic sensors for zero-point location and contact monitoring KO grinding cycles with freely programmable Z-axis motion All modules are 100% integrated into the Heidenhain control system and can be freely used by NC programs and integrated into your processes.

KERN Pyramid Nano is a perfect fit for all industries requiring maximum and ever-increasing precision. Which is why it is used for the most demanding applications both in industry and the research and development field.

In microtechnology, manufacturers of shaping and cutting dies and molds are often tasked with precise machining of very hard materials. All CNC Machining centers by KERN Microtechnik are perfectly suited to the direct milling of hardened steels or even carbide as well as milling with copper, tungsten copper and graphite electrodes.

Medical products, e.g. precision components in surgical instruments, are manufactured from premium, hard to process materials like titanium, chromium cobalt, stainless steel, ceramics or especially hard plastics (e.g. PEEK or polyacetal). Their ability to be easily and hygienically cleaned is particularly important, making the quality requirements correspondingly high for CNC machining centers used for the serial production of medical equipment.

The digital revolution has transformed mobile communications into a highly dynamic technology within a rapidly growing market. The key components in high frequency tech (and its complementary technologies) are subject to extremely stringent precision requirements. Despite this, they must also be producible in high volumes.

Our machines are making valuable contributions to high level research projects in internationally renowned scientific institutions throughout Europe, Asia, USA, Brazil, Cuba and South Africa. Whether with KERN machines at our customers sites or at KERNs contract production plant in Eschenlohe KERN Microtechnik is an active development partner for high precision parts across a vast range of technologies and research fields:

With perfect tools into production Even for high-precision milling, every tool error costs time and money and delays your delivery deadlines. KERN Microtechnik has therefore developed an uncomplicated and very effective tool inspector for testing tools. Our optical camera system KERN -View provides you with up to 450 times magnified images of your tools, so that you can easily detect defects.

Safe expenses With the -View advance check, you can detect faulty tools even before they go into production. Furthermore, thanks to precise analysis, you can use your tools up to the actual wear limit.

hyperdent - follow-me! technology group

hyperdent - follow-me! technology group

hyperDENT is the world leading software system in the dental CAM market and is valued among experts for its modular product structure. Our customers are provided with CAM solutions tailored to their specific application and implementation needs. Regardless of company size and whether for dental or practice labs, FOLLOW-ME! offers suitable hyperDENT product bundles for a perfect interaction between CAM and machines.

hyperDENT can be utilized on a myriad of milling machines. The integrated milling cycles from the industrial segment are highly efficient and guarantee maximum process stability and top indication quality. High-grade security mechanisms enable a reliable production process for generating complex and stable tool paths. For example, the patented peeling strategies for glass ceramic, which offer perfect surface quality along with maximized tool life. When combined with the Template Generator Module, the milling strategy parameters can be adjusted and optimized for a specific machine. This allows our customers to get the most out of their machines, saving them time and money.

Open, highly automated and flexible system Complete production process coverage with a single CAM software Simple, intuitive operation Maximum precision and time efficiency throughout the entire process Material-independent Flexible addition of software modules Maximum freedom in creating templates Additive manufacturing and milling all-in-one Automatic material offset for post milling during the hybrid process Automatic part identification using ID tags Optimum surface finish quality due to proven tool path calculation Consistent software enhancement and developmentWorldwide premium support service

hyperDENTClassic was developed for the advanced user. This open CAM solution is No. 1 amongst milling centers where flexible and optimized manufacturing processes are crucial. However, dental labs can also benefit from the advantages of hyperDENT Classic. Once the user becomes familiar with the software, all possibilities are open utilizing the various hyperDENT Options (modules). The simultaneous processing and calculation of multiple projects using the Multiple Start function is very intuitive and a huge timesaver. With the Template Generator, the user can develop individual milling strategies. These tailor-made solutions meet challenging market requirements precisely, resulting in higher customer satisfaction. With the provided interfaces to machine automations, more efficient machining is achieved and blanks can be processed with ease. In addition, the Implant Module enables machining of one-piece abutments and bridge constructions. hyperDENT Classics professional functionality and variety of complementary options deliver high performance to demanding users.

hyperDENTCompact was designed for use in dental labs and can be utilized on all open milling machines. The simplified user interface with a managed workflow provides real added value for high-end newcomers and those who wish to become quickly familiar with CAM. Provided databases allow fast, secure, efficient and precise milling. With the exception of one-piece abutments and bridge constructions, all indications can be manufactured using hyperDENT Compact. Within no time, users will achieve optimal results to match their requirements.

hyperDENTPracticelab is geared to the needs of practice labs and is optimally suited for CAM newcomers. The user interface is highly automated, which facilitates handling significantly. The managed workflow and minimized range of functions enable the user to calculate tool paths for individual blanks, such as glass ceramic blocks and preform abutments, in just a few steps and send them to the machine for milling.

The ideal blank is recognized already during the automatic loading process and suggested to the user. The positioning of the blank and setting of the connector are also automated. For machines with multiple slots, multiple blanks can be loaded and calculated within a project, saving the user valuable time. Predefined milling strategies ensure high process stability and efficiency.

With hyperDENTOptions, additional modules can be added to hyperDENT Compact as well as hyperDENT Classic licenses enabling the CAM software to perfectly match user requirements. Individual modules can be added easily at any time.

Auto part listhyperDENT can be directly connected to the output file of the CAD system thereby enabling the CAM to automatically recognize new designs and include them in the part list for further machining and management.

Insertion direction of cavitiesThe optimal insertion direction of cavities can be determined automatically. hyperDENT always determines the best possible machining direction to avoid undercuts or to correct them.

Trochoidal millingWith trochoidal milling, significant time savings in manufacturing dental parts of different materials can be achieved. This is due to the controllable removal rate as well as the extensive possibilities for further machining in hyperDENT.

Color gradient simulation (multi-layer-disk)The color of multi-layer colored blanks (multi-layer disc) is transferred to the part so that they can be positioned in the blank according to the desired color gradient.

Creation of customized templatesThe hyperDENT Template Generator Module enables you to create customized machining templates for all part types which can then be tested using material removal simulation. Thanks to the simple and intuitive user interface, an experienced CAM user can immediately begin creating and modifying machining templates (i.e. cutting data, tools, milling strategies).

Template Generator LitehyperDENT Template Generator Lite was integrated for modifications of basic parameters, such as tool path distance, allowance or milling area boundary. This function enables users to make small adjustments independently without requiringthe full version of the Template Generator Module.

Hybrid manufacturing of dental indicationsThe hyperDENT Hybrid Module enables the combination of additive and subtractive technologies in one workflow. Complex geometries, inner cavities and previously non-millable dental indications can be manufactured in high quantities with very high surface quality while using minimal material. Automated workflows, such as optimal nesting of the parts on the building platform, creating support structures or generating part-offsets in the areas to be post-milled, round off this all-in-one solution.

Milling of implants and geometriesWith the hyperDENT Implant Module, customized abutments, implant bridges and bars can be manufactured from circular blanks. Due to intelligent categorization, only one master template is required for all systems. This module can also be combined with a millable interface geometry library for the most commonly-used implant systems. This library can be linked to a corresponding CAD dummy geometry library. It is easy to implement your own geometries as well. Despite possible inaccuracies in upstream systems, an automated exchange mechanism for geometries ensures that high precision parts are manufactured.

Manufacturing of full denturesThe hyperDENTDenture Module enables digital manufacturing of full dentures with a significantly reduced processing time compared to the analog process. hyperDENT is one of the first CAM software systems to provide a specified and automated tool paths for this indication type. With the Denture Module, you can produce different workflow variations such as fully completed rows of teeth or pre-milled tooth pockets. Interfaces to diverse CAD systems are available and guarantee easy handling.

Glass ceramic grindinghyperDENT enables simple and easy grinding of glass ceramic using special strategies for the optimal generation of tool paths. Where possible, the full tool circumference and length is used to extend tool life and guarantee high process stability.

User InterfaceThe hyperDENT Compact user interface design has been completely revised in line with user requirements. A higher degree of automation has been achieved due to the extremely simplified user interface and also due to the managed workflow. The calculation of a project can now be completed in just three steps with the workflow bar continuously displaying the current process step.

Intelligent blank suggestionhyperDENT automatically recognizes the blank required for processing and suggests this in a dialog box including all known parameters, such as material and part measurements.

Automatic placement of parts and setting of connectorsThe optimal placement of parts to be machined occurs directly after blank selection. If rotating or tilting is required, this will be done automatically according to machine capability. Simultaneously, the connector (holding pin) will be set using the default parameters.

Customized milling data output and milling activation (MachineConnect)The milling process can already be activated on the machine during the calculation of tool paths. A direct communication between hyperDENT Machine-Connect and the machine checks the current status and actions are taken accordingly. The scope of possibilities is dependent on the machine.

Prefab millingIt is also possible to mill prefab blanks without the hyperDENT Implant Module (4 and 5-axis milling in a closed fixture or 4 and 5-axis simultaneous mill turning). By utilizing various milling strategies in different areas, an optimum surface quality is guaranteed. The required blank is automatically selected through the configuration of the database, which saves time and prevents errors.

User defined areasBy establishing user defined areas, a high degree of flexibility can be achieved using specific strategies and tools. The categorization of user defined areas enables many application possibilities (i.e. attachment, customized milling of residual material), even using the same milling part (available in hyperDENT Classic).

Connector profile and sintering frameUsing the connector and sintering frame profile, which can be set specifically for part types, special requirements can be managed for each indication. Form and position can be edited individually. The algorithm for optimized nesting of the connector position guarantees a quick and easy workflow for the tool path calculation, even for overlapping milling areas.

Cavity millingThe milling of cavities/holes is required repeatedly and hyperDENT is capable of milling these milling these with all part types. Through categorization, different requirements can be managed easily, even for the same part.

Environment filterUsing automatic recognition of the blank required for milling, all known parameters (i.e. material, machine, part measurements) are considered for the selection. Only blanks that fit will then be included in the dialog, which simplifies the blank selection enormously.

Automatic tilting and nestingThe part is loaded in the blank, tilted according to the settings and machine capabilities and then nested as per the selected strategy. This automation guarantees that machine limits are not exceeded.

CAD interfaceshyperDENT features interfaces to the CAD systems from 3Shape, DentalWings and Exocad. With the utilization of CAD metadata in hyperDENT, the entire workflow can be simplified and the cycle time can be reduced significantly. It is possible to start hyperDENT directly from 3Shape.

Multiple InstanceshyperDENT Classic can be started multiple times in order to work on multiple projects simultaneously. While one or multiple projects are calculating, additional projects can be prepared. This results in high CAM workstation utilization.

EngravingEngraving objects after production simplifies the subsequent identification and allocation of parts. The engraving can be placed individually for parts using the symbol in the workflow bar or placed automatically using parameters. Material-dependent profiles can also be created.

Angled screw channelsWith hyperDENT, milling angled screw channels is not a problem. In fact, it is just as easy as milling normal screw channels due to the manual or automatic recognition. Optimized milling jobs using slot milling cutters ensure an easy milling process.

Project documentWith the output of project documents, individually determined specifics, such as estimated processing times, blank and tool information, are documented for each project. A PDF as well as a screenshot are generated to improve the allocation of the project.

The hyperDENTImplant Components are the matching hardware for the hyperDENT Implant Module. The scanbodies are very easy to handle and are compatible with all widely-used lab scanners. They enable highly precise, industrial manufacturing (milling and hybrid manufacturing) within a very narrow tolerance range. This is due to the optimal design of the components which guarantees simple recognition of the position and exact alignment of the implant. This high precision makes our scanbodies perfectly suitable for scanning implant bridges. A wide range of implant libraries and a univeral screwdriver complement our professional implantology offering.

usa and world top 10 cnc machine manufacturers

usa and world top 10 cnc machine manufacturers

A CNC machine is a computer numerical control device automated to perform a complex material cutting task. Once a component is designed by an engineer, for example an aircraft part, a CNC machine is programmed to mill that designed part out with high precision into the required material. A CNC can be compared to a mill, a drill, or a router typically seen in a machinists shop. A CNC is considered a very expensive investment for manufacturers, other professionals, and hobbyists. For more about the machining process, you can read our guide on CNC machining.

There is a broad range of CNC machinery, used in many industries such as aerospace, electronics, and medical. Lathes, mills, drills, laser cutting, laser engraving, water cutting, plasma cutting, and many other machining tools can be automated. CNC manufacturers typically target a certain price range for their products, from hobbyists at $1k-$3k, to mid-range of $20k-$60k, and the high grade professional range of greater than $100k.

There are only a few professional level CNC manufacturers within the US, with many more low to mid-range manufacturers across the country. The majority of these manufacturers are privately owned companies, making it difficult to obtain information on their true market size. Our ranking is therefore based on a combination of market capitalization and brand name recognition within the industry.

Lincoln Electric is the acquiring company of the Torchmate product line of automated plasma cutting tables which encompasses a broad scope of machines from entry-level CNC machines to industrial plasma cutting tables. Their fully assembled machines are targeted at small and mid-size shops looking to add their first piece of affordable automated machinery to their business. Founded 1979.

Hurco is a global leading CNC machine tool technology company with divisions throughout North America, Europe, and Asia. Provides both NC and conversational programming. Designs, manufactures, and sells CNC machine tools to companies in the metal cutting industry, offering general purpose computerized machine tools, such as vertical machining centers, turning centers, knee mills, vertical machining centers, tool room bed mills, combination lathes, slant-bed lathes, horizontal machining centers, bridge mills, double column vertical machining centers, and high-speed drill and tap machines. Founded in 1968.

Haas Automation is the largest machine tool builder in the western world, manufacturing a complete line of CNC vertical machining centers, horizontal machining centers, CNC lathes, and rotary products. Haas manufactures all critical components in-house and has four major product lines: vertical machining centers (VMCs), horizontal machining centers (HMCs), CNC lathes, and rotary tables. Has a number of large five-axis and specialty machines.

Tormach provides engineered small CNC machines, tooling, and related products. The flagship product is the Personal CNC which is designed for inventors, small/boutique manufacturers, garage entrepreneurs, product developers, hobbyists, and educators. Founded in 2001.

Bolton Tools product line includes household hardware items to industrial and residential machinery and equipment. Offers a variety of conventional metal lathes, milling machines, and mill drills. Parent company is Bolton Group, Inc.

The CNC machinery industry involves a large number of mostly small companies offering very similar product lines, with only a few top players offering unique products. In China, for example, there are hundreds of companies offering copy-cat CNC products that all essentially look and operate the same. The following company list covers companies with unique and extensive product lines.

Okuma has a distribution network with nearly 2,000 sales, service, application engineering, and back office personnel - all backed by service staff and engineering experts based in Charlotte, NC. Okuma has a large offering of various CNC lines. Founded in 1898 in Japan.

Datron AG is a publicly traded, international high-tech company from Germany that employs about 235 people and maintains a worldwide distribution network in over 20 countries.. The product portfolio covers CNC milling machines for high speed milling (HSC-milling) and 3D engraving, dental milling machines, dispensing machines for accurate and quick bonding and sealing, and tools for high-speed processing.

Blue Elephant specializes in the R&D and manufacturing of automated woodworking and CNC equipment for the digital production line of customized furniture. Main products include a CNC router, a 4 axis CNC router, a high-end customized furniture production line, a luxury CNC nesting machine, a cabinet closet cutting machine, a CNC machining center, an automatic punching machine, CNC drilling, and more.

Dalian Guofeng Machine Tools Co., Ltd claims to be one of biggest CNC enterprises in China, developing and producing CNC vertical lathes, conventional vertical lathes, heavy-duty horizontal lathes, vertical multi-tool lathes, etc. Founded in 2002.

Jinan iGolden CNC Equipment Co.,Ltd. specializes in CNC routing, laser engraving and cutting machines, and plasma cutting. Their main machine configurations employ parts imported from Italy, Japan, and Germany.

Above we've listed the top domestic and global CNC manufacturers. For comprehensive information on U.S. based commercial and industrial CNC companies, head over to Thomas Supplier Discovery, where we have a database of over 400 listed CNC machinery companies.

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core3dcentres

core3dcentres

Core3dcentres South Europes milling centre covers all phases in the development of custom prostheses in the digital era: digital scanning, design, and milling using new technologies and new materials. This is a comprehensive platform integrating all kinds of digital technologies for obtaining custom structures. The future of dentistry is digital, and Core3dcentres is already leading the way to this new future.

The Core3dcentres custom prosthesis division in this type of technology was pioneered in Spain and is a leading company worldwide. The production of structures using digital technology means moving from hand-crafted prosthesis to a fast, modern process. We are able to take a leap into the future when it comes to offering digital solutions to meet all requirements.

Core3dcentres is a true platform of solutions for dentists and prosthetics laboratories. It permits the manufacture of high-quality prostheses using a wide range of materials, both metallic and ceramic (chrome-cobalt, titanium, zirconium, lithium disilicate, and polymers, among others), which has made it the authorized centre for the manufacture of structures using the relevant 3M, Wieland, VITA and Ivoclar Vivadent systems.The partnership between AVINENT and Core3dcentres is the optimal solution on the market for both dentists and prosthetic laboratories to make the transition into digital prosthetic technologies, with every system they choose to use.

VITA SUPRINITY, a new generation of glass ceramic material. Using an innovative manufacturing process the glass ceramic is enriched with zirconia for dental CAD/CAM applications for the fabrication of inlays, onlays, crowns and anterior and posterior single tooth restorations on implant abutments.

The first hybrid ceramic with a dual network structure, optimally absorbs the occusal forces. VITA ENAMIC is the first dental ceramic with a dual network structure. Combining the positive properties of both ceramic and composite materials this offers the perfect combination of stability and elasticity.

Core3dcentres y SKYN Concept se convierten en partners globales y crean la primera red internacional de centros de produccin autorizados SKYN. Core3dcentres y SKYN Concept tienen el placer de anunciar que, a partir de septiembre de 2016, se han unido para formar una Colaboracin Exclusiva Mundial para ofrecer la primera red global de Centros de Produccin SKYN. Read more > Core3dcentres becomes the First Authorized Milling Centers for VITA Core3dcentres becomes the First Authorized Milling Centers for VITA Global 19th June, 2014 Core3dcentres and VITA Zahnfabrik H. Rauter GmbH & Co. KG are pleased to announce that, as of June 2014, Core3dcentres has been recognized as the first Authorized Milling Center for VITA. Read more >

Core3dcentres y SKYN Concept tienen el placer de anunciar que, a partir de septiembre de 2016, se han unido para formar una Colaboracin Exclusiva Mundial para ofrecer la primera red global de Centros de Produccin SKYN.

Core3dcentres becomes the First Authorized Milling Centers for VITA Global 19th June, 2014 Core3dcentres and VITA Zahnfabrik H. Rauter GmbH & Co. KG are pleased to announce that, as of June 2014, Core3dcentres has been recognized as the first Authorized Milling Center for VITA.

careers at hardinge

careers at hardinge

Hardinge has become a leader in grinding solutions with product lines like Kellenberger, Voumard, Hauser USACH and more. With offerings across the capability spectrum, let Hardinge be your partner for all your grinding needs.

By the use of most modern manufacturing means next generation technology is being created, which can meet the customers technical and economical requirements today and tomorrow. Wherever highly accurate grinding is required, Kellenberger precision grinding machines are in use

Voumard has been a leader in innovative ID/OD machines that can support small batch and production environments. Its product offerings represent multi-purpose, flexible and universal solutions for your ID/OD grinding requirements.

Hauser multi-axis jig grinding machines are specially developed for applications requiring complex double curvature profiles where very high standards of surface finish and accuracy are essential. Hauser machines are ideal for super-finished applications where accuracy must not be compromised.

Our focus is to address the demands of companies looking for a partner to help them find solutions to todays challenging, high precision grinding applications and automation projects. When a custom grinding solution is what you require, Usach can be your partner.

For over 100 years, Hardinge lathes have been and will continue to be a standard for quality, longevity and capability. Whether it is high volume production or holding tight tolerances, Hardinge can provide you with the right CNC lathe solution every time.

Our Gang Plate/Gang Turret line of CNC lathes gives you not only the productivity you demand for lean manufacturing but also the Hardinge-exclusive patented interchangeable tool top plate to dramatically reduce setup and cycle times.

Through our Bridgeport brand of vertical machining centers, Hardinge continues to set the milling standard around the globe. Our milling machines are designed to achieve maximum capacity and performance in a variety of industries and manufacturing environments.

The Bridgeport Series 1 Standard Mill the original, all-purpose mill has been the real thing in milling, drilling, and boring for metalworking shops throughout the world. Today, the Series I Standard continues to fulfill the industrys need for an accurate, reliable, and versatile mill.

We have various product offerings of 3 Axis capable CNC mills that can fit a variety of manufacturing requirements. We have a product portfolio that satisfies versatility, performance, or production needs.

An investment in Bridgeports latest generation of 5-Axis vertical machining centers will bring instant and positive results. Our unrivalled technology coupled with an unswerving commitment to improving our customers productivity and business performance have contributed to a large, and loyal, customer base.

Hardinge and its reputable portfolio of products, resources, knowledge and experience are ready to tackle your next machining challenge. As the only machine tool OEM provider offering turning, milling, grinding, workholding and custom manufacturing solutions, Hardinge is ideally positioned to provide you with an innovative, cost-effective custom solutions that meets your needs.

The diverse products we offer enable us to support a variety of market applications in industries including aerospace, agricultural, automotive, construction, consumer products, defense, energy, medical, technology, transportation and more.

Hardinge Inc. is a leading international provider of advanced metal-cutting solutions. We provide a full spectrum of highly reliable CNC turning, milling, and grinding machines as well as technologically advanced workholding and machine tool accessories.

Hardinge has a legacy of being a technological powerhouse. We are proud of our brand and how we make a difference for our global customers. We have a one-team, collaborative culture which remains an intersection of talented employees and complex solutions. Employees are an essential tool to making Hardinge an industry leader. Come join our team!

The Manufacturing Engineer supports the production and processes for our CNC machining centers and our CNC lathe assembly. This position provides technical solutions regarding CNC programming, routing development, assembly process development, process improvements, and tooling/fixture design.

A minimum of 3 years of experience in CAD/CAM required (AutoCAD, Inventor, MasterCam, SmartCam, or equivalent). Knowledge of CNC Machine programming required. Strong oral and written communication skills required. Knowledge of manufacturing processes and terminology required.

The CNC Machinist is responsible for the set up and operation of both conventional and CNC machining equipment. In addition to the efficient run of production lots, this role will inspect the work produced using a wide range of precision measurement instruments.

Two-year degree from a technical school majoring in Machine Tool Technology or similar degree program required. A minimum of three years of experience as a Machinist accepted in lieu of degree or certificate.

Experience with common manufacturing materials and machining processes required. Strong oral and written communication skills required. Ability to work cooperatively and professionally as part of a team required.

The Machine Operator is responsible for the operation of both conventional and CNC machining equipment. In addition to the efficient run of production lots, this role will inspect the work produced using a wide range of precision measurement instruments.

High school diploma required. Certificate or technical training in a vocational program strongly preferred. A minimum of two years of experience as a machinist in a manufacturing setting will be considered in lieu of certificate.

Experience with common manufacturing materials and machining processes required. Strong oral and written communication skills required. Ability to work cooperatively and professionally as part of a team required.

The VP of Segment Marketing and Business Development will drive the business strategy, growth and execution of the semiconductorsegment. The successful individual will be responsible for building new revenue and demand generation through close partnerships with customers and new product development, M&A, integration, change management and leading internal initiatives and resources to support the value creation of the semiconductorsegment.

Ability to formulate and executeon a businessstrategy that aligns with the enterprise prioritiesand challenges. This position requires an entrepreneurialbusiness-minded, results focused business and market leader. The ideal candidate must demonstrate broad and sound business, technical and product judgment. This will require a proactive and solutions-orientedapproach, taking advantage of opportunities to improve segment and business performance.

The candidate must be capable of leading and acting effectively in cross-functional settings. The candidate will achieve maximum positive impact on organizational goals through setting direction and using their staff, resources and processes effectively. Trust will be built in the organization over time in order to be effective in getting the job done.

The candidate will be able to point to a pattern of becoming intimately familiar with managing risk as it affects the markets, customers, products and business operations of a company, and constantly seek ways in which S/he can provide creative solutions, build proactive business partnerships and leverage technology to improve productivity and reduce costs. The ability to get alignment on a vision and execute on a and cultural change to enable transformation of the enterprise is a required trait.

The ideal candidate will have a strong track record of building an effective large scale and complex business for a Company undergoing growth. This includes putting the right people and processes in place to serve the business and go to market strategies. The candidate will possess the ability to gather information from multiple stakeholders and/or diverse perspectives and integrate these into a focused approach. S/he will demonstrate the ability to structure and lead complex deals, negotiations and other projects with tenacity, decisiveness, and diplomacy. The candidate will have a track record of setting goals for a team and its members and driving demonstrable, measurable results. The candidate will be energized by new challenges and creating better ways of doing things, so that higher levels of performance are possible.

The Aftermarket Sales Coordinator is responsible for developing and implementing sales strategies to grow after-market sales via our large national distribution network. This role will report to the Global Director of Product Management Turning & Milling who also oversees capital equipment sales to this same distribution network. The Aftermarket Sales Coordinator role will also work with our internal Parts & Services team to assist in developing strategic stocking levels for spare parts, machine options etc., while also doing the same with distributors.

5 or more years sales experience preferably in the machine tool or machine tool accessories industry. Strong technical ability and experience with developing both inventory and sales strategies. Marketing experience and proficient Microsoft Excel and PowerPoint abilities are a strong plus.

HARDINGE INC., founded more than 125 years ago, is an international leader in the machine tool industry. The Company designs and manufactures a wide range of machine tool products and accessory items and is a major player in the international machine tool marketplace.

The Account Manager is responsible for executing and managing the sales for our Hardinge and Forkardt Workholding brands. The role includes all aspects of the sales process including but not limited to; prospecting, qualifying, negotiating, closing, posting and sales agent support.

HARDINGE INC., founded more than 125 years ago, is an international leader in the machine tool industry. The Company designs and manufactures a wide range of machine tool products and accessory items and is a major player in the international machine tool marketplace.

The Account Manager is responsible for executing and managing the sales for our Hardinge and Forkardt Workholding brands. The role includes all aspects of the sales process including but not limited to; prospecting, qualifying, negotiating, closing, posting and sales agent support.

HARDINGE INC., founded more than 125 years ago, is an international leader in the machine tool industry. The Company designs and manufactures a wide range of machine tool products and accessory items and is a major player in the international machine tool marketplace.

The Account Manager is responsible for executing and managing the sales for our Hardinge and Forkardt Workholding brands. The role includes all aspects of the sales process including but not limited to; prospecting, qualifying, negotiating, closing, posting and sales agent support.

HARDINGE INC., founded more than 125 years ago, is an international leader in the machine tool industry. The Company designs and manufactures a wide range of Turning & Milling, Super Precision, and Grinding machine tool products as well as Workholding accessory items. Hardinge is a major player in the international machine tool marketplace.

The Sr. Account Manager is responsible for executing and managing the Hardinge sales program for our Precision Products. Products included SUPER-PRECISION Lathes, Grinding Machines and Workholding products. The role includes all aspects of the sales process including but not limited to; prospecting, qualifying, negotiating, closing, posting and sales agent support.

7-10 years in technical or precision equipment sales or equivalent in an applications role. Ideal candidate has machine tool industry experience, candidates with similar or relevant experience may be considered.

The successful Analyst will provide direct support to the finance team and work with BU and HQ leaders on financial analysis to facilitate decision making. The Analyst will also be responsible for enhancing the design, assist the budgeting, and forecasting processes for the consolidated Company. This includes working with all levels of management to ensure budgeting and forecasting is conducted via a uniform process.

Bachelors degree in Accounting / Finance, or equivalent required. MBA is preferred. Proficiency in Microsoft Office, Word, Excel, and PowerPoint required. Excellent verbal and written communication skills required.

Minimum of 2 years prior work experience in Corporate Reporting / FP&A role; 5+ years preferred. Experience with Power BI or other equivalent reporting tool preferred. Proficiency managing multiple priorities required. Strong organizational skills and detailed oriented a must.

The Mechanical Assembly Technician is responsible for assembling and plumbing the mechanical elements of our high precision machines and systems. This position will include some limited design work to be performed in terms of component mounting, sheet metal alterations, fabricating machined parts, and routing of utilities. The details of the design will be captured by the engineering team. This position also requires the ability to estimate time to perform certain tasks.

High School Diploma required. Current enrollment in a technical degree program or an Associate Degree in a technical area preferred. US Citizenship and Security Clearance may be needed for certain projects.

A minimum of 5 years of experience in machine assembly required. Demonstrated competency in 2D CAD and experience with system controls (FANUC, Mitsubishi, and/or Siemens) required. Experience with common manufacturing materials and machining processes required. Ability to take both written and verbal instructions and ability to maintain confidentiality and professionalism required.

The Mechanical Fluid Design Engineer is responsible for designing fluid power assemblies for high precision internal diameter (ID), external diameter (OD), and combination (ID/OD) CNC grinding machines, including automation.

A minimum of 3 years of relevant experience designing fluid power assemblies, preferably machine tools, is required. Knowledge of common manufacturing materials and processes required. Experience working efficiently in a team of design and project engineers is required. Must possess a high level of professional demeanor and discretion in handling of confidential information. Must have the ability to take both verbal and written instructions. Strong written and oral communication skills required.

The Electric Panel Assembler is responsible for assembling the electrical control panels for our high precision automation equipment. This includes assembling support structures used for necessary components and sub-assemblies. This position will include identifying areas of improvement to increase efficiency. This position will work closely with Engineers, Managers, and Assembly.

A minimum of 2 years of experience in electrical assembly is required, preferably in panel building. PLC programming experience, design talent, and technical support experience preferred. Experience fabricating parts and/or structures according to specifications is required. Experience with assembly tools and equipment required. Must have experience with soldering and/or micro-welding equipment. Excellent communication skills and ability to work well in teams required.

The Turning Applications Engineer is responsible for tasks supporting the sales and after sales activities for our CNC machines, with a primary focus on lathe products. This position will provide either on-site or remote technical support for direct salespeople, customers, and distributors.

5-7 years in a professional business setting with a focus on lathe applications required; milling and grinding experience a plus. Experience with CAD and Fanuc controls is required; experience with Siemens and Mitsubishi controls is a plus. Experience interacting directly with customers is preferred.

Travel of up to 60% of time may be required.We offer a competitive salary and benefit package including health insurance, life insurance, 401(k), paid vacation, paid holidays, short-term and long-term disability.

The Grinding Application Engineer is responsible for tasks supporting the selling process of our Kellenberger, Jones & Shipman, Usach, and Hauser grinding products. The Grinding Application Engineer is responsible for the selection of tools and grinding wheels for each application. This position is also responsible for process development, testing, installation, and runoff of the CNC Grinding Machine tools.

10 years of Universal OD/ID Grinding Experience of complex applications. Experience running Kellenberger, Jones & Shipman, or Hauser grinding machines preferred. Experience interacting with customers is preferred.

The Specials (Non-Standard Product) Customer Service Representative (SCSR) in the Workholding department is responsible for interacting with customers, distributors, and Hardinge field and in-house personnel to answer questions, identify solutions, provide quotes, cross-sell, and place orders. The SCSR will provide customer service activities that follow company guidelines to ensure a high level of customer satisfaction. Additionally, technical support and cross-selling will be an essential function of the SCSR. This position is in a demanding, fast paced environment and requires excellent attention to detail to ensure accuracy and follow through. Time management skills and the ability to prioritize are a must.

Three to five (3-5) years of experience in a customer service-related field and/or inside sales as well as experience in a manufacturing setting is preferred. Technical or sales experience may be considered in lieu of a degree. Proficiency in Microsoft Office is required; experience with JD Edwards, Emailtopia and Evolve preferred. Other qualifications include: team player, multi-tasker, sales and metrics driven, enthusiastic, detailed oriented, and patient.

The Field Service Technician position provides support and repair services to customers on-site at their facilities in the North American market. Support would include trouble-shooting technical problems on machines & equipment, answers questions and addressing customer complaints with the goal of ensuring a positive customer experience. The requirements for this position that is in our Service Department are as follows:

The Electrical Technician position is responsible for assembling the electrical control panels for our high precision automation equipment. This includes assembling support structures used for necessary components and sub-assemblies. This position will include identifying areas of improvement to increase efficiency. This position will work closely with Engineers, Managers, and Assembly.

High School Diploma required. Some post high school training is desirable. Current enrollment in a technical degree program or an Associate Degree in a technical area preferred. US Citizenship and Security Clearance may be needed for certain projects.

A minimum of 2 years of experience in electrical assembly is required, preferably in panel building. PLC programming experience, design talent, and technical support experience preferred. Experience fabricating parts and/or structures according to specifications is required. Experience with assembly tools and equipment required. Must have experience with soldering and/or micro-welding equipment. Excellent communication skills and ability to work well in teams required.

The Mechanical Assembly Technician is responsible for assembling and plumbing the mechanical elements of our high precision machines and systems. This position will include some limited design work to be performed in terms of component mounting, sheet metal alterations, fabricating machined parts, and routing of utilities. The details of the design will be captured by the engineering team. This position also requires the ability to estimate time to perform certain tasks.

High School Diploma required. Current enrollment in a technical degree program or an Associate Degree in a technical area preferred. US Citizenship and Security Clearance may be needed for certain projects.

A minimum of 5 years of experience in machine assembly required. Demonstrated competency in 2D CAD and experience with system controls (FANUC, Mitsubishi, and/or Siemens) required. Experience with common manufacturing materials and machining processes required. Ability to take both written and verbal instructions and ability to maintain confidentiality and professionalism required.

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gibbscam cnc programming software

GibbsCAMis cutting-edge CAM software for programming CNC machine tools with the power and flexibility to make parts the way you want. With its single, shop-friendly interface that is customizable and easy to navigate, youll maximize productivity. Whether youre a CNC programmer, machinist, or manufacturing engineer, youll find familiar terminology, icons that make sense, and logical processes. With GibbsCAM, CNC programming is flexible, fast, reliable, and efficient.

You can use GibbsCAM to program any CNC machineincluding mills, lathes, multi-task machines, and Swiss machinesfrom simple 2-axis milling and turning to complex multi-task machining. In addition, you can customize GibbsCAM to meet your unique business needs by adding options like MTM, machine simulation, wire EDM, VoluMill high-speed machining, and more.

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We provide the highly efficientGEN TURN multi-tasking turning machines and CNC Swiss machines, the high speedGEN MILL CNC vertical machining centers (VMC) and 5-axis milling centers, the highly regardedGanesh Toolroom manual / CNC Swiss machine lathes and manual / CNC knee mill milling machines.

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Using an educational format, these manuals are designed to expand on the GibbsCAM tutorials and are also a great supplement to the GibbsCAM training provided by CAM Solutions. They provide many hours o training for GibbsCAM Geometry, Milling, Turning, Advanced CS Milling, 3D Solids and Rotary Milling. These fully illustrated colour manuals can be purchased online separately or as a bundle/complete set.

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GibbsCAM works with these partners to ensure that your GibbsCAM solution does an excellent job of supporting your requirements. These partners have created and gathered extended products, tools, technology, services, and resources you need to help your business thrive using GibbsCAM.

CAMplete TruePath is an integrated post-processing and simulation package offered as an add-on with many popular 5-Axis milling machines. The GibbsCAM CAMplete Interchange plug-in provides an easy and reliable means to transfer your project data from GibbsCAM to CAMplete TruePath.

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Since 1988 VERICUT software has been the industry standard for simulating CNC machining to detect errors, potential collisions, or areas of inefficiency. VERICUT enables users to eliminate the process of manually proving-out NC programs. The program also optimizes NC programs to both save time and produce higher quality surface finish. VERICUT simulates all types of CNC machine tools and runs standalone, but can also be integrated with GibbsCAM.

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Productec offers a complete range of services to optimize the digital chain in your workshops and increase your productivity. The Productec team is made up of people from the industry who understand your business and offer the solutions best suited to your needs. Thanks to their experience, Productec can help you to improve your workshops through CAD / CAM projects, process automation or digitization and set up dashboards to measure their efficiency by developing customized solutions and modules.

NCSIMUL is a GibbsCAM complementary solution for CNC simulation and verification programs. NCSIMUL Plug-in for GibbsCAM provides direct access to NCSIMUL and its machine-tool library. Programmers can analyze and verify NC programs as well as run machine-tool simulation with error and gouge detection. The NCSIMUL plug-in imports GibbsCAM, everything from the solid model of the part, stock, fixtures and other workholding devices, plus tooling parameters, to develop the 3D tools required for full and accurate simulation.

ThreadTracer is a plug-in for GibbsCAM and enables you to machine all kinds of threads with standard turning tools. Highly effective for custom threading applications, advanced thread forms, large shaft threads and large cable drums. Simulate all material removal and the entire custom threading process in GibbsCAM Machine Simulation.

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The what you see is what you get Postprocessor. User-configurable postprocessor; an alternative to traditional GibbsCAM postprocessors. Creates edit-free NC programs for any NC or CNC machine (including 5 axis mills, MillTurns and multi-spindle/multi-turret "MTM" Mill Turn machines).

idmc milwaukee digital cad/cam laboratory

idmc milwaukee digital cad/cam laboratory

We are a Milwaukee area dental lab located in Greendale, Wisconsin, that can service dental offices all over the country with our integrated digital workflow. We use the latest in CAD/CAM digital laboratory processes and equipment, such as the 3Shape scanner system and rapid prototyping systems. We use the best restorative materials, including BruxZir and IPS e.max. We also offer zirconia copings; custom titanium, zirconia, or hybrid implant abutments; implant bars; and VITA-CAD temporaries.

Were not just a milling center, were part of your team. We emphasize case planning and customer service in order to provide the best results for your dental practice. With a combined 45 years of experience in the dental industry and over a decade in designing and manufacturing CAD/CAM restorations, we are your resource for the knowledge and products to complete the ideal case.

This is the best dental lab Ive ever worked with! As a prior sedation dentist, not all impressions were ideal. IDMC was always willing to work with me and allow me to aid in making a margin, or creatively developing a solution for less than ideal scenarios. All of that stands from great communication, and high standards. Thanks Dean!

dental milling center | get a free starter kit

dental milling center | get a free starter kit

In dentistry, dental milling is employed in the manufacture of both fixed and removable prosthodontic appliances. Since the final restoration is fabricated from a solid mass of its component material, the finished appliance is free of voids and defects that can lead to material fatigue and fracture.

The first crude milling device for dentistry was invented in 1971. Over the years, milling has been developed, refined, and perfected with the aid of computer-aided design (CAD) into the precision computer-aided manufacturing (CAM) process that we find commonplace today. Whether the starting material is metal, glass ceramic, or resin, the basic milling process remains the same. A series of cutting instruments suitable for reduction of material are used to remove unwanted portions of the design at the direction of CAD software. What remains is the dental restoration.

Just because a restoration is milled doesnt mean it is ready to be placed in the patients mouth immediately after being removed from the milling machine. Like traditional analog methods, milled restorations require further finishing after processing in order to be delivered as a final restoration. Depending on the material, procedures such as sandblasting, custom staining, shading, or assembly of components milled from different resins may be necessary. In all cases, fine refinement, finishing, and progressive polishing are also necessary to make the appliance suitable for delivery and use.

Titanium is a biocompatible material that is suitable for use in patients who have known reactions to other metals. The framework is milled from a pressed titanium plate. It can be milled to be much thinner and lighter than similar cobalt-chromium frameworks which translates into improved patient comfort.

The framework is custom milled from a solid mass of predominantly cobalt-chromium alloy. The properties of this proprietary metal formulation allow the clasps to be very thin but flexible. Because there are no voids or imperfections in the solid metal starting material, clasps are not subject to imperfections or voids that can lead to metal fatigue and breakage.

This material is flexible when thin and more rigid as the material becomes thicker. This makes Zirlux Acetal ideal for fabricating tooth-retained removable partial denture frameworks with clasps that easily flex into undercuts near the gumline. Tooth-colored resin clasps are much less noticeable than wire making Zirlux Acetal a great combination of both esthetics and function.

Solid disks of denture resins especially designed for milling are obtained from Ivoclar Vivadent or other resin manufacturers. Unlike waxing, the milled denture base is fabricated to a uniform thickness. This eliminates thin spots and areas that are prone to wear or breakage. Since the denture resin was processed before it was made into a disk, the denture fits better because there is no polymerization shrinkage. Denture teeth are milled separately from multilayered poly methyl methacrylate (PMMA) to precisely fit the custom-milled denture baseplate. The expense to maintain an inventory of denture teeth on cards is eliminated. During post-production, the baseplate and teeth are joined by the laboratory technician.

Stomadent offers a selection of Complete Denture options that vary in quality and price points. Dentures start at $280 per denture. See our Removable Fee Schedule for additional descriptions and pricing information.

A solid disk of noble metal is the starting point for milled all-metal crowns. Because of CAD/CAM technology, the finished crown is manufactured to fit the crown preparation exactly with excellent occlusion and proximal contacts. Time is saved and chairside adjustments are virtually eliminated.

Metal copings for porcelain fused-to-metal (PFM) crowns are milled using the same method as described for full metal crowns. Our technicians then stack and fire layers of porcelain to the metal substructure to create a one-of-a-kind glass-like finish that is custom stained for your specific application.

Zirconia crowns and restorations are milled from a solid block of Zirconia dioxide to create a precise-fitting restoration that is nearly indestructible. The material will withstand the stress of bruxism and parafunctional habits.

E-Max crowns are manufactured from a solid block of monolithic lithium oxide into a precisely-milled shape. The finished restoration has incredible beauty thanks to its translucent and reflective properties that mimic natural teeth. E-Max is best suited for cases where esthetics are of paramount importance.

Stomadents dental milling center takes advantage of 21 st century dental manufacturing technology to create beautiful one-of- a-kind restorations that fit precisely at delivery. Never before has it been possible to create restorative solutions with such accuracy. The team at Stomadent Dental Laboratory is committed to excellence. Partner with us. We will make you look good in the eyes of your patients!

Dont miss a beat when you need us, youll be ready! Our dental starter kit includes everything you need to order dentures, dental crowns, dental bridges, and other dental prosthetics from our dental lab. See for yourself how we can help your dental practice succeed!

Dont miss a beat when you need us, well be ready! Our dental starter kit includes everything you need to order dentures, dental crowns, dental bridges, and other dental prosthetics from our dental lab. See for yourself how we can help your dental practice succeed!

an introduction to millable dental materials | volume 4, issue 1 | inside dental technology

an introduction to millable dental materials | volume 4, issue 1 | inside dental technology

An Introduction to Millable Dental Materials Determine which materials are the best fit for your laboratory. By Chris Brown, BSEE Before one can make the business decision to invest in CAM milling technology, it is first necessary to ask what types of materials and substructures do I want to mill? Over a dozen companies currently manufacture dental mills for sale in the United States. Some are wet mills while others are dry mills, and in some cases they are both. Is it a 3-axis or 5-axis mill? Is it powered by 110 VAC or 220 VAC? Does it require a vacuum system? How fast is the spindle speed? Which CAM software comes with the mill? There are so many options and so many questions. So how does one decide which dental mill is the best choice? The first consideration, above all else, really comes down to the question, What do you want to mill? Today, it is possible to mill substructures, press-overs for substructures, full-contour restorations, models, surgical guides, implant abutments, implant bars, and even removables. However, while a mill may do a fantastic job milling wax for press-overs, it may not be able to mill titanium bars very well. The materials being milled ultimately dictate certain features needed of the mill. In the following article, the author will discuss a number of the common materials being milled today in laboratories and milling centers across the United States. Those laboratories already milling in-house may discover they can mill additional materials, while others who are considering the purchase of a mill may discover what type of mill they should be looking to purchase. In general, all milled dental materials require secondary processes before being delivered to the dentist. Stock The raw material milled in a milling machine is referred to as stock. Stocks come in a variety of shapes and sizes. Some stock is in the form of small blocks, as seen in Figure 1; note the mandrel on the bottom for the mill to hold during milling. Others are in a frame that the mill grasps on to (Figure 2). Sometimes the stock itself has a lip or edge to be used by the mill for retention (Figure 3). Some stock may be small enough that only a single unitalso known as a blockcan be milled from it. Other stock comes in 98-mm diameter disks that can vary in height from 8 mm to 25 mm (Figure 4). In the case of milling stock, size certainly matters. While it is possible to mill a 5-mm lower-anterior substructure from a disk that is 20-mm tall, it is costly, wasteful, and time-consuming. A 5-mm zirconia substructure milled out of an 8-mm tall stock can cost half as much and mill 25% to 30% faster than the same unit milled from 20-mm stock. Whenever possible, laboratories and milling centers try to mill shorter, single-unit cases in shorter stocks and save the taller stock for multi-unit bridge cases with odd insertion paths or those long single-unit upper anterior cases on implant abutments. Post-Processing Milled materials are generally not ready to be placed in the patients mouth immediately after coming out of the mill. They all require additional processing. Sintering, shading, and polishing are excellent examples of the majority of post-processing steps. While some materials may be available as pre-shaded stock, often the shading is only a base shade that requires further characterization, or the only stock shade available is white, and more in-depth shading is necessary. As the milling process does not usually leave a particularly smooth finish, polishing is usually necessary before the dentist can place the restoration. This is the case particularly for materials such as acrylics and resins. Zirconia and lithium disilicate are examples of materials that are milled in one state and then need to be fired in a furnace to change their properties. Then they may still require the subsequent layering of porcelain, staining, and/or polishing prior to placement. Cold Pressed (CP) Zirconia CP zirconia is by far the most common material milled by dental laboratories and milling centers today. It is available from a number of suppliers with varying degrees of strength (900 MPa to 1400 MPa) and translucency. It starts with zirconia powder that is pressed together or chemically bonded with other compounds. Once in the desired shape, it is pre-sintered by the manufacturer to put it in a form conducive for milling. In its pre-sintered state, CP zirconia is generally chalk-like and relatively easy to mill. Sintering is required after milling and changes the zirconia from a soft material to an extremely strong material. It also shrinks the zirconia a predictable amount, typically around 25%. Manufacturers of CP zirconia typically provide the shrink factor for each stock so it can be programmed into the mills CAM software. Stock is available in blocks, disks, and frames. CP zirconia was initially used for copings and substructures. Recent improvements in translucency and shading have made it increasingly popular for full-contour restorations. Advanced CAD software tools have created the ability to design full-contour restorations with areas cut back for layered porcelain and improved esthetics. New shading techniques include pre-shaded stock or the dipping and painting of milled units with a wider assortment of coloring liquids prior to sintering. Hot Iso-statically Pressed (HIP) Zirconia HIP zirconia is composed of mainly the same materials as CP zirconia, but it is pressed under high temperatures, eliminating the need for sintering. HIP zirconia is typically provided in disk form for milling. The lack of post-mill sintering and the elimination of material shrinkage make this material ideal for milling large-span bridge frameworks. HIP zirconia does not have as many shading and translucency options as CP zirconia, so it is often used only as a substructure or framework. The biggest drawback to HIP zirconia is that it is extremely difficult, time-consuming, and expensive to mill. However, the dimensional stability for large bridges can make it worth the wait and expense. Lithium Disilicate Currently, IPS e.max CAD (Ivoclar Vivadent, www.ivoclarvivadent.com) is the only lithium disilicate being actively sold in the United States. It is a glass ceramic that is milled from a small block. This material is milled in a pre-crystalized phase and has a characteristic blue color. Thirteen low-translucency shades are available. Since lithium disilicate is more like a glass than a metal or resin, it makes milling challenging; the material is technically ground rather than milled. IPS e.max has a reputation for excellent esthetics and adequate strength (360 MPa) for anterior and posterior restorations. Cutbacks can be designed in the CAD software, or the restorations can be manually cut back prior to crystallization for subsequent porcelain application and improved esthetics. Availability of this material has been restricted to machines that have been approved by Ivoclar Vivadent to mill this material. A number of other manufacturers have similar materials under development. Feldspathic Porcelain Millable blocks of feldspathic ceramic were originally designed for the CEREC chairside milling system. CEREC Blocs (Sirona Dental, www.sirona.com) and Vitablocs (Vident, www.vident.com) offer numerous shades with varying translucencies that are ideal for esthetic restorations. The relatively low strength (140 MPa) typically limits their use to anterior restorations and areas of low occlusal impact. Restorations from the pre-shaded blocks can be simply polished after milling, but they benefit from improved strength and esthetics if they are stained and glazed prior to seating. These blocks are available to laboratories with Sirona inLab mills, but are far more commonly used in clinical chairside mills. Leucite-Reinforced Porcelain Ivoclar Vivadent offers millable blocks of a leucite-reinforced glass ceramic under the name of IPS Empress CAD. Available in 16 different pre-shaded blocks, restorations from this material have excellent esthetics but relatively low strength (160 MPa). Milled restorations should be polished but can also be stained and glazed for additional characterizations and strength. These blocks are available to laboratories using the inLab or E4D milling systems (D4D Technologies, www.e4d.com), but again are far more commonly used in clinical chairside mills. Composite 3M produces Paradigm MZ100 and Lava Ultimate (3M Espe, www.3m.com). Paradigm MZ100 is a classic millable indirect composite available in block form. Lava Ultimate is an advanced nano-ceramic material incorporating nano-sized particles and clusters of silica and zirconia in a resin matrix. It is available in block form as well as a frame. These materials mill quickly and only need polishing after milling. Both materials can be further characterized with light-curable stains and do not require firing in an oven. Wax Machinable wax is used just like traditional dental wax for casting metals or pressing ceramics. Wax suppliers often have different blends available, which are typically differentiated by color. Some blends tend to be stronger with better handling characteristics but are not easy to modify. Others are more easily adapted but may not be as durable. Blue, brown/red, and green are the most common colors available, but there is no standard as to which color is more durable and which is easiest to modify. Burnout temperature for machinable wax tends to be slightly higher than traditional dental waxes. PMMA, Acrylic, Resin Polymethyl methacrylate (PMMA) is also known as acrylic or resin. It is a biocompatible material with moderate strength and is available in a variety of colors, shapes, and sizes. Clear acrylic is often used to test mill complex cases for fit or design, and tooth-shaded stocks are used for temporary crowns and bridges. Several companies are now offering computer-designed removable prosthetics and milling portions of them from blocks or disks of pink acrylic. Chrome Cobalt Chrome cobalt is primarily used as a base metal material for copings and frameworks. It is widely accepted and used in Europe, but is not yet as popular in the United States. It is not a highly challenging material to mill, but it can be time-consuming and tool life can be relatively short. Post-processing of chrome cobalt substructures requires de-gassing prior to layering porcelain. Titanium Titanium is a lightweight, strong, and biocompatible metal for substructures and full-contour restorations, as well as implant abutments and bars. It is available in several different grades, based on purity. Grade 5, also known as Ti-6Al-4V, is a titanium alloy and is the most common grade used in dental applications. It is a significantly stronger formulation and less prone to flex. Implant abutments are often milled from block forms, while substructures, full-contour restorations, and bars are milled from disks. Post-processing for substructures involves sandblasting, an oxidation wait period, and application of a bond coat prior to applying specially designed porcelain. Polyurethane Polyurethane is a rigid polymer. It is a durable yet easy to mill material, making it an excellent choice for dental models. As with most plastic materials, many shades are available and it can be formed into nearly any shape. After milling, some cleaning of model parts may be necessary. Conclusion A multitude of millable materials are available in all shapes, sizes, and sometimes colors and shades. Dental laboratories need to determine which materials best suit their individual business models and/or rely on their milling center partners. All of these materials, except for the model material, are subject to FDA approval. Due diligence should be taken to ensure approved materials are used for any restorations being placed in patients mouths. Future materials are likely to involve improvements in strength, esthetics, and durability. Most materials today can be wet-milled, but not all can be dry-milled. It is difficult to say if these materials are capable of being dry-milled or if they will have to be wet-milled. All we know for sure is that the industry continues to evolve at a blistering pace. It should be safe to assume that the new materials on the horizon will most likely blend the best characteristics of the materials currently in use. About the Author About the author Chris Brown, BSEE, is the business manager at Apex Dental Milling in Ann Arbor, Michigan.

Before one can make the business decision to invest in CAM milling technology, it is first necessary to ask what types of materials and substructures do I want to mill? Over a dozen companies currently manufacture dental mills for sale in the United States. Some are wet mills while others are dry mills, and in some cases they are both. Is it a 3-axis or 5-axis mill? Is it powered by 110 VAC or 220 VAC? Does it require a vacuum system? How fast is the spindle speed? Which CAM software comes with the mill? There are so many options and so many questions. So how does one decide which dental mill is the best choice? The first consideration, above all else, really comes down to the question, What do you want to mill?

Today, it is possible to mill substructures, press-overs for substructures, full-contour restorations, models, surgical guides, implant abutments, implant bars, and even removables. However, while a mill may do a fantastic job milling wax for press-overs, it may not be able to mill titanium bars very well. The materials being milled ultimately dictate certain features needed of the mill.

In the following article, the author will discuss a number of the common materials being milled today in laboratories and milling centers across the United States. Those laboratories already milling in-house may discover they can mill additional materials, while others who are considering the purchase of a mill may discover what type of mill they should be looking to purchase. In general, all milled dental materials require secondary processes before being delivered to the dentist.

The raw material milled in a milling machine is referred to as stock. Stocks come in a variety of shapes and sizes. Some stock is in the form of small blocks, as seen in Figure 1; note the mandrel on the bottom for the mill to hold during milling. Others are in a frame that the mill grasps on to (Figure 2). Sometimes the stock itself has a lip or edge to be used by the mill for retention (Figure 3).

Some stock may be small enough that only a single unitalso known as a blockcan be milled from it. Other stock comes in 98-mm diameter disks that can vary in height from 8 mm to 25 mm (Figure 4). In the case of milling stock, size certainly matters. While it is possible to mill a 5-mm lower-anterior substructure from a disk that is 20-mm tall, it is costly, wasteful, and time-consuming. A 5-mm zirconia substructure milled out of an 8-mm tall stock can cost half as much and mill 25% to 30% faster than the same unit milled from 20-mm stock. Whenever possible, laboratories and milling centers try to mill shorter, single-unit cases in shorter stocks and save the taller stock for multi-unit bridge cases with odd insertion paths or those long single-unit upper anterior cases on implant abutments.

Milled materials are generally not ready to be placed in the patients mouth immediately after coming out of the mill. They all require additional processing. Sintering, shading, and polishing are excellent examples of the majority of post-processing steps. While some materials may be available as pre-shaded stock, often the shading is only a base shade that requires further characterization, or the only stock shade available is white, and more in-depth shading is necessary. As the milling process does not usually leave a particularly smooth finish, polishing is usually necessary before the dentist can place the restoration. This is the case particularly for materials such as acrylics and resins. Zirconia and lithium disilicate are examples of materials that are milled in one state and then need to be fired in a furnace to change their properties. Then they may still require the subsequent layering of porcelain, staining, and/or polishing prior to placement.

CP zirconia is by far the most common material milled by dental laboratories and milling centers today. It is available from a number of suppliers with varying degrees of strength (900 MPa to 1400 MPa) and translucency. It starts with zirconia powder that is pressed together or chemically bonded with other compounds. Once in the desired shape, it is pre-sintered by the manufacturer to put it in a form conducive for milling. In its pre-sintered state, CP zirconia is generally chalk-like and relatively easy to mill. Sintering is required after milling and changes the zirconia from a soft material to an extremely strong material. It also shrinks the zirconia a predictable amount, typically around 25%. Manufacturers of CP zirconia typically provide the shrink factor for each stock so it can be programmed into the mills CAM software. Stock is available in blocks, disks, and frames.

CP zirconia was initially used for copings and substructures. Recent improvements in translucency and shading have made it increasingly popular for full-contour restorations. Advanced CAD software tools have created the ability to design full-contour restorations with areas cut back for layered porcelain and improved esthetics. New shading techniques include pre-shaded stock or the dipping and painting of milled units with a wider assortment of coloring liquids prior to sintering.

HIP zirconia is composed of mainly the same materials as CP zirconia, but it is pressed under high temperatures, eliminating the need for sintering. HIP zirconia is typically provided in disk form for milling. The lack of post-mill sintering and the elimination of material shrinkage make this material ideal for milling large-span bridge frameworks. HIP zirconia does not have as many shading and translucency options as CP zirconia, so it is often used only as a substructure or framework. The biggest drawback to HIP zirconia is that it is extremely difficult, time-consuming, and expensive to mill. However, the dimensional stability for large bridges can make it worth the wait and expense.

Currently, IPS e.max CAD (Ivoclar Vivadent, www.ivoclarvivadent.com) is the only lithium disilicate being actively sold in the United States. It is a glass ceramic that is milled from a small block. This material is milled in a pre-crystalized phase and has a characteristic blue color. Thirteen low-translucency shades are available. Since lithium disilicate is more like a glass than a metal or resin, it makes milling challenging; the material is technically ground rather than milled.

IPS e.max has a reputation for excellent esthetics and adequate strength (360 MPa) for anterior and posterior restorations. Cutbacks can be designed in the CAD software, or the restorations can be manually cut back prior to crystallization for subsequent porcelain application and improved esthetics. Availability of this material has been restricted to machines that have been approved by Ivoclar Vivadent to mill this material. A number of other manufacturers have similar materials under development.

Millable blocks of feldspathic ceramic were originally designed for the CEREC chairside milling system. CEREC Blocs (Sirona Dental, www.sirona.com) and Vitablocs (Vident, www.vident.com) offer numerous shades with varying translucencies that are ideal for esthetic restorations. The relatively low strength (140 MPa) typically limits their use to anterior restorations and areas of low occlusal impact. Restorations from the pre-shaded blocks can be simply polished after milling, but they benefit from improved strength and esthetics if they are stained and glazed prior to seating. These blocks are available to laboratories with Sirona inLab mills, but are far more commonly used in clinical chairside mills.

Ivoclar Vivadent offers millable blocks of a leucite-reinforced glass ceramic under the name of IPS Empress CAD. Available in 16 different pre-shaded blocks, restorations from this material have excellent esthetics but relatively low strength (160 MPa). Milled restorations should be polished but can also be stained and glazed for additional characterizations and strength. These blocks are available to laboratories using the inLab or E4D milling systems (D4D Technologies, www.e4d.com), but again are far more commonly used in clinical chairside mills.

3M produces Paradigm MZ100 and Lava Ultimate (3M Espe, www.3m.com). Paradigm MZ100 is a classic millable indirect composite available in block form. Lava Ultimate is an advanced nano-ceramic material incorporating nano-sized particles and clusters of silica and zirconia in a resin matrix. It is available in block form as well as a frame. These materials mill quickly and only need polishing after milling. Both materials can be further characterized with light-curable stains and do not require firing in an oven.

Machinable wax is used just like traditional dental wax for casting metals or pressing ceramics. Wax suppliers often have different blends available, which are typically differentiated by color. Some blends tend to be stronger with better handling characteristics but are not easy to modify. Others are more easily adapted but may not be as durable. Blue, brown/red, and green are the most common colors available, but there is no standard as to which color is more durable and which is easiest to modify. Burnout temperature for machinable wax tends to be slightly higher than traditional dental waxes.

Polymethyl methacrylate (PMMA) is also known as acrylic or resin. It is a biocompatible material with moderate strength and is available in a variety of colors, shapes, and sizes. Clear acrylic is often used to test mill complex cases for fit or design, and tooth-shaded stocks are used for temporary crowns and bridges. Several companies are now offering computer-designed removable prosthetics and milling portions of them from blocks or disks of pink acrylic.

Chrome cobalt is primarily used as a base metal material for copings and frameworks. It is widely accepted and used in Europe, but is not yet as popular in the United States. It is not a highly challenging material to mill, but it can be time-consuming and tool life can be relatively short. Post-processing of chrome cobalt substructures requires de-gassing prior to layering porcelain.

Titanium is a lightweight, strong, and biocompatible metal for substructures and full-contour restorations, as well as implant abutments and bars. It is available in several different grades, based on purity. Grade 5, also known as Ti-6Al-4V, is a titanium alloy and is the most common grade used in dental applications. It is a significantly stronger formulation and less prone to flex. Implant abutments are often milled from block forms, while substructures, full-contour restorations, and bars are milled from disks. Post-processing for substructures involves sandblasting, an oxidation wait period, and application of a bond coat prior to applying specially designed porcelain.

Polyurethane is a rigid polymer. It is a durable yet easy to mill material, making it an excellent choice for dental models. As with most plastic materials, many shades are available and it can be formed into nearly any shape. After milling, some cleaning of model parts may be necessary.

A multitude of millable materials are available in all shapes, sizes, and sometimes colors and shades. Dental laboratories need to determine which materials best suit their individual business models and/or rely on their milling center partners. All of these materials, except for the model material, are subject to FDA approval. Due diligence should be taken to ensure approved materials are used for any restorations being placed in patients mouths.

Future materials are likely to involve improvements in strength, esthetics, and durability. Most materials today can be wet-milled, but not all can be dry-milled. It is difficult to say if these materials are capable of being dry-milled or if they will have to be wet-milled. All we know for sure is that the industry continues to evolve at a blistering pace. It should be safe to assume that the new materials on the horizon will most likely blend the best characteristics of the materials currently in use.

dental cad/cam market size & share | global industry report 2027

dental cad/cam market size & share | global industry report 2027

Increasing prevalence of dental diseases, as well as high demand for dental aesthetics in developed countries, will propel the dental CAD/CAM market growth. Also, rising number of market players involved in developing innovative and highly efficient dental CAD/CAM equipment is augmenting the market expansion across the globe. Additionally, increased adoption of CAD/CAM technology in dentistry and its advantages over conventional restorations has played an instrumental role in enhancing the demand for CAD/CAM based restorations.

Dental CAD/CAM is a technology that involves two parts: computer aided design (CAD) and computer aided manufacturing (CAM). The dental CAD/CAM technology was introduced to simplify the process of making dental restoration. As the technology involves digital operations, it enables dentists to control the outcome of the procedures and helps in providing desired product output. Dental CAD/CAM also helps in reducing the total time of the procedure significantly.

On the other hand, recent outbreak of COVID-19 pandemic has forced dentists to postpone all the non-emergency procedures, thereby impacting revenues and budgets of dentists. Hence, the COVID-19 pandemic has had a slight impact on the sale of dental CAD/CAM equipment.

Over the years, there has been significant growth in terms of awareness regarding oral hygiene among the younger population. With rising awareness, the demand for dental CAD/CAM procedures has increased over the years. Some of the common dental procedures include bonding, braces, extractions, dentures, bridges, crowns, and implants.

Increase in number of dental procedures across the globes, especially in the developed nation will spur the dental CAD/CAM market value. As per the reports of Atlas Dental, in 2017, about 69,000 dental operations were performed in German hospitals. In addition, according to the Association of Dental Implantology, about 130,000 dental implants are placed in the UK every year. With the advancement in technologies, increase in number of dental procedures are being carried out with precision and lesser cost. Hence, this is resulting in growing number of people undergoing dental CAD/CAM procedures including dental restorations and prosthodontics, boosting the market revenue.

In-lab systems segment in the dental CAD/CAM market accounted for more than USD 1.01 billion in 2020. In-lab systems, also known as laboratory-based systems, are the large-scale CAD/CAM systems that are primarily used in dental laboratories where the inflow of restoration is high. This type of dental CAD/CAM system involves a complete package of components such as scanners, designing software, manufacturing software, and milling machines or 3D printers. All these components work in a synchronised manner to make the process efficient and faster with desired output.

Laboratory-based CAD/CAM systems are expensive and require large initial capital along with recurring annual maintenance costs. Dental CAD/CAM systems offer several advantages over traditional methods as the dental CAD/CAM restorations are precise, and do not require a trial & error process, thus reducing time. Rising acceptance of CAD/CAM systems in dental laboratories and clinics is likely to propel the growth of in-lab systems segment

The dental CAD/CAM market for hardware segment is projected to witness a 5% growth rate by 2027. Hardware is the major component of the dental CAD/CAM systems that take up large share with respect to total cost. Dental scanners are used for intraoral scans of patients to analyse the share and size of the jaws. Milling machines have been used for manufacturing dental restorations for decades. However, with the invention of 3D printers and their incorporation into dentistry, 3D printers are being used as a substitute for milling machines to manufacture dental prosthetics with utmost precision. Thus, development of novel products and their increasing usage across the globe will accelerate the industry expansion.

The dental clinics end-use segment held 39% of the dental CAD/CAM market share in 2020. Increasing number of practising dentists and growing demand for chairside CAD/CAM systems is expected to boost the market value during the forecast period. Increasing number of dental clinics in developing regions is also likely to influence the market expansion.

U.S. dominated the North America dental CAD/CAM market and accounted for more than USD 387 million in 2020. The regional market is predicted to attain a CAGR of more than 5% by 2027 led by high awareness regarding oral hygiene and increasing demand for dental aesthetics. Moreover, high disposable income of the American population and increased dental expenditure are also some of the factors supporting the regional growth. Additionally, presence of large number of market players such as Dentsply Sirona and Align Technology among others is aiding the regional expansion.

Some of the prominent companies functioning in the dental CAD/CAM market include Dentsply Sirona, Straumann AG, Align Technologies, Planmeca Oy, Roland DgA, Datron AG, 3 shape, Amann Girrbach, Hexagon AB, and Envista Holdings Corporation among many others. These industry leaders are undertaking several organic and inorganic growth strategies to capture a higher revenue share in the industry.

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