Amann Girrbach AG

Employees
500
Turnover
120 Mio €
Product
Dental Technology
City
Koblach
Industries
  • Medical Engineering
  • Plastics Industry
Contact
Herrschaftswiesen 1
6842 Koblach
Applications please
Description
Amann Girrbach is one of the leading companies in dental technology and intends to revolutionize the business sector with its leading-edge CAD-/CAM-technology. Experiencing continuous growth the company exports machines and precision instruments for dental technology in more than 90 countries.The product range is based on the objectives of providing support in both product and technology and to enhance the laboratory's productivity.
Highlights
  • Amann Girrbach was formed in 2004 from the merger of the companies Amann Dental (Koblach, Austria) and Girrbach-Dental (Pforzheim, Germany).
  • 2/3 of the people with dentures in German-speaking countries deal indirectly with Amann Girrbach.
  • Amann Girrbach is the European market leader in machines for dental technicians.
  • Headquarter in Koblach (AUT), direct sales office in Pforzheim (GER) and subsidiaries in Charlotte, NC (USA), Singapore, Curitiba (Brasil) and Bejing (China).
  • The company works with partners in more than 90 countries worldwide.
Additional Information
The Ceramill CAD/CAM system from Amann Girrbach consists of hardware and software components (scanner, CAD software, milling unit with CAM software, sintering furnace) that guarantee seamless work processes across the entire value chain. The system is complemented by various dental materials, including the millable sintered metal Ceramill Sintron®. With the material developed in cooperation with the Fraunhofer IFAM Dresden, Amann Girrbach achieved a breakthrough in the history of modern dental technology. Ceramill Sintron® made it possible worldwide for the first time to manufacture dental prostheses from non-precious metal using CAD/CAM. The material, which can be milled easily like wax, is machined after construction in a Ceramill CNC unit and sintered in a special furnace under protective gas. The sintering process results in a densification of the material, which gives the restorations their final consistency.
Working Areas
  • Chemicals & Food Technology
  • Electrical Engineering
  • Hardware Development
  • Marketing & Sales
  • Mechanical Engineering
  • Mechatronics
  • Other technical Jobs
  • Quality Management
  • Research & Development
  • Software Development & -testing

By accepting the PSN Terms of Service and User Agreement and this Privacy Policy, you consent to our use of cookies for this purpose.
learn more

The cookie settings on this website are set to "allow cookies" to give you the best browsing experience possible. If you continue to use this website without changing your cookie settings or you click "Accept" below then you are consenting to this.

Schließen