The need for dental implants has grown steadily in step with the increase in the aging global population. Accordingly, many companies are now actively developing dental CAD/CAM machines, and they compete by developing their own proprietary tool shapes. To meet the demand, KORLOY has released the T Endmill that helps customers stay ahead of the competition with a customized tool for each machine.
Dental CAD/CAM technology is continuously developing by taking advantage of X-ray and oral scanners, and many manufacturers have commercialized CNC machines to automate the previous manual process of manufacturing implants. As a result, machining time is significantly reduced, resulting in improved productivity and demands for tools with longer life.
The typical materials of dental prostheses, such as zirconia, titanium, Co-Cr, wax, and PMMA, have different physical and mechanical properties, and each requires an optimized tool solution.
T Endmill uses a specialized grade for each workpiece: ND3000 for zirconia, and PC2510 for titanium and Co-Cr, and guarantees excellent machinability thanks to its optimized blade design.