The high-tolerance manufacturing process and quality control systems required for producing medical and dental components could be the difference between life and death. There are critical considerations, including using proven processes for machining complex geometry and difficult materials for a medical component using multitasking or Swiss-type machines.
Medical device and component manufacturers benefit from ESPRIT's extensive support of multitasking and Swiss-style machine tool programming, optimization, and simulation. ESPRIT's knowledge management helps these companies produce consistent and reliable results by automatically using the optimum processes—machining cycles, cutting tools and machining conditions—for part features based on proven best practices.
ESPRIT helps us when it comes to new product introduction, product changes, ESPRIT helps us getting market quicker that way in programming and being able to get machine tools ready to machine parts, most efficient, best way possible, right from the start.
Using the wide range of standard machining operations contained in ESPRIT helps us to tackle complex and unusual parts with ease.
After just a week of basic ESPRIT training I could post edit-free code, and quickly program one of the most complex lathes in the industry.
The ProfitMilling technology has made open-pocket machining of the uncut material and contouring of the freestanding part possible, it is a real time-saver and saves wear and tear on the tools!