The abbreviation imes for “integrated mechanics, electronics, software” implies our focus: We focus on ready-to-use system solutions to meet requirements of customers in handicrafts, education and industry. The abbreviation icore stands for “integrated dental solutions” for the dental industry. imes-icore combines all the know-how in the development, production, sales and service of complete dental milling systems with all required additional CAD/CAM components and accessories like milling tools and materials.
The CORiTEC Dental CNC systems from imes-icore meet all requirements on the equipment for modern dental laboratories.CAD / CAM systems with 4 to 5-axes are available. For any size of dental practice laboratory, until to dental milling centers, with the Dental Milling portfolio from imes-icore any current use in the dental sector is possible!
The CORiTEC one machine system is suited perfectly for processing any common CAD/CAM blocks up to a size of 65mm x 40mm x 20mm. Offering the new and extremely robust axis kinematics, the machine is able to machine premilled abutments. Machine operation is user-friendly via a large touchscreen display with its integrated high-performance PC, no additional PC system is required. A 3-fold block holder and 6 tool positions with twin tool function make economic, safe and fast processing possible.
The CORiTEC 250i and CORiTEC 250i dry machine systems are the most widely used CAD/CAM systems for applications of zirconium dioxide, PMMA or wax.
Thanks to the 5-axis technology, these machines can also produce complex dentures with diverging stumps and undercut areas without further rework. The systems are therefore ideal if a good price/performance ratio is in the foreground, while simultaneously retaining very high equipment flexibility.
Ultimate all-in-one dental milling machine! The CORiTEC 350i processing system is an innovative machine concept, developed to meet any requirements of modern CAD/CAM processing. The processing of all relevant blank materials from CoCr, titanium, zirconium dioxide, plastics, block materials, and new future materials is thus possible with a single machine system, virtually without restrictions.