DATRON offers reliable solutions for the post-processing of laser melted (SLM) dental implant applications
Due to DATRON’s high compatibility in the hybrid manufacturing process, users receive added value for their dental productivity
Due to the versatility of the DATRON machine systems in the hybrid production process, users receive added value for their dental productivity. DATRON sets the benchmark for demanding machining processes in dental labs and milling centers.
At this year's IDS in Cologne, DATRON AG, with its compact DATRON C5 machine system, not only provides industrial degrees of freedom for milling centers, but also, together with its cooperation partners Concept Laser (Hall 10.1, booth B034) and Follow-Me! (Hall 3.1, booth J010), convinces visitors of the advantages of hybrid production. The combination of the two independent technologies allows automated machining for highly aesthetic processing results. After the additive production, the workpiece is positioned in the DATRON C5 or DATRON D5 via a special calibration procedure and is fit for use immediately. After the subtractive processing the components convince with a low surface roughness and highest precision.
The powerful DATRON dental machine systems are characterized by their adaptability for individual and diverse processing requirements and are therefore ideally suited for the hybrid production process. High-quality accessories and software solutions add to the excellent post-processing results of additive components.
Visit the DATRON (booth L008 / M009, Hall 3.1) and our cooperation partners Concept Laser (booth B034 Hall 10.1) and Follow-Me! (Hall 3.1, booth J010), at the IDS 2017 in Cologne. Our DATRON experts are looking forward demonstrating innovative DATRON dental technology.
DATRON AG develops, produces and sells innovative CNC milling machines for the processing of future-oriented materials such as aluminum and composite materials, dental milling machines for the efficient processing of all common dental materials in dental laboratories, high-speed milling tools and high-performance dispensing machines for industrial sealing and bonding applications. With the help of latest technology, backed by numerous patents and the integration into a comprehensive service package, DATRON offers unique solutions.
DATRON machines are characterized by a high quality and efficiency at very low power consumption. DATRON systems, among others, are used in electrical engineering, metal, plastic and automotive industries, aviation and in dental technology. Over 2,000 machines customers, domestic and foreign, trust in the proven DATRON technology.
DATRON has been on a profitable growth path for years. Thus, sales of around EUR 42.6 million were achieved with more than 25 sales partner worldwide in 2015. Currently, DATRON employs around 250 People.
The company has received many awards during recent years. The consulting firm Munich Strategy Group (MSG) ranks DATRON among the most innovative SMEs in Germany, published in an independent study at the end of 2016, and further ranked DATRON as a TOP 100 company. Most recently DATRON AG received the "Customer Champion 2016" award at the end of April and the Red Dot Industrial Design Award 2016 for the brand new industrial CNC milling machine DATRON neo plus the red dot communication award for its control software DATRON next.
Further information can be found at www.datron.de.
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