The art of Dental Engineering
hyperDENT incorporates efficient proven milling cycles from the industrial segment that provide maximum process stability and indication quality.
hyperDENT incorporates efficient proven milling cycles from the industrial segment that provide maximum process stability and indication quality. For example, the patent protected peeling strategies used for complex materials such as glassceramic ensures perfect surface quality while simultaneously maximizing tool life.
Based on a modular product structure, hyperDENT targets different dental market segments from small and mid-sized dental laboratories, to milling centres and high-production laboratories. Customers can choose which hyperDENT version best suits their business needs from one of our two core products: hyperDENT Compact or hyperDENT Classic. Depending on individual needs, customers can also add-on software from the hyperDENT Options range.
With the evolution of digitalization in the dental industry, possibilities for indications are on the rise. hyperDENT allows its’ customers to mill:
Coping → Coping bridges → Crowns → Crown bridges → Abutments → Abutment bridges → Abutment crown bridges → Inlays and Onlays → Inlays and Onlay bridges → Telescopes → Overpresses → Bitesplints → Models→ Model Stumps → Full lower Dentures → Full upper Dentures → Full Dentures
For example if a part has been incorrectly placed, you will be notified with a warning or error message. You will get this when something has occurred outside from your customized default settings.
Another very useful function is the calculate if feature. As the operator, you can predetermine hypothetical situations and enter them in to the calculate if mode.
For example, when changing between blank sizes, calculate if will identify this and automatically choose the correct tools and groove depths to be used. This makes it much easier to customize options to suit any situation.
Furthermore, the default collision check settings ensure that the holder is clear of collisions in 3 and 5 axis machining jobs. For every job, the collision check set up function in the template parameters can be used for either the tool or tool and holder mode. A popup screen will show any incorrect workflow situations that are occurring, giving the operator a view of what may be going wrong.
Intuitive operational guidance without restrictions.
Load the piece, position it, calculate – and you’re done. hyperDENT has a unique choice of functionality, reducing or simplifying the user’s tasks.
Load Wizard automatically specifies the order of individual work steps for the user, significantly simplifying the process.
Blank management allows you to quickly and easily locate and re-machine blanks that have been partially used.
The automatically positioned connectors and sinter pins can be added quite simply with the click of a mouse, or parametrically. Connectors on objects already positioned in the blank can then be cut or partially reduced.
Several objects can be placed wherever you like within an un-machined part, simply by moving and turning them using the mouse. The position of the pieces is automatically checked for integrity and machinability.
Objects can be height-optimized using the ‘object alignment’ function, whereby the object is turned within the blank to minimize the space it requires. Fitting parts into smaller blanks means faster milling times, decreased tool wear, and lower material costs.
Direct interfaces with all major CAD systems ensure that data is carried over with additional information, such as margin lines and emergence profiles. This simplifies the workflow and reduces the number of manually defined work steps.
The template generator, although complex in functionality, is easy for a lab technician without extensive machining experience to navigate. Toolpaths are described using dental terminology, such as “finishing margin line” or referring to the occlusal and cavity side of a part. Choosing new tools and parameters can be done from drop down menus, and drag and drop toolpaths for reordering.
Autonesting eliminates the need for operators to manually calculate and/or estimate the optimal positioning of objects. Operators can now choose individual nesting parameters which can be adjusted according to each different fixture or machine. These can then be saved and used for future projects. Additionally, multiple objects can be loaded simultaneously and can be processed within these parameters.
User defined areas allow technicians to manually select and define a specific area of a dental object which they feel may require special attention. For example, the technician may wish to select a finer tool to be used on a specific area, in order to achieve even greater detail. On top of this, the technician can manually select the direction and angle in which the tool should operate within the user defined area.
Time is one of the deciding factors in the production of dental prostheses. Fast calculation and milling times should be achieved without damaging process reliability. No other CAM software has the functionalities that are built into hyperDENT that allow this to be achieved providing hyperDENT users with a clear-cut advantage.
- With multi-core support, tool path calculations are simultaneously delivered to all the processor’s cores, leading to a significant reduction in calculation time.
- Depending on the job, tool format and depth of immersion, the boundaries of the milling area are automatically widened, avoiding a potential collision.
- Automatic blank-tracking ensures process reliability for roughing and the machining of rest-material.
- An optional depth-limiter for tool paths, and automatic selection of the right tool length, prevent machining errors and the production of rejects.
- An automatic collision control in both 3-axis and 5-axis modes, and an optional control for tool collisions against blanks, blank holders and tool holders, prevent any costly milling accidents.
- An automatic check of the machine’s axis limitation results in calculations that are immediately interrupted if an error should occur.
- During the production of screw-retained abutments, the screw channel is automatically recognized, and hyperDENT’s internal geometry is regenerated to remove any inconsistencies in the scanning and design process.