Expert Dental CAD/CAM and CBCT Distribution Company

Save yourself tens / hundreds of thousands of dollars and millions of headaches. We’ve made every mistake possible so you don’t have to!  CAD-Ray is a peer to peer, dentist owned, solutions company. We distribute intraoral scanners, desktop scanners, and computer aided design (CAD) software. We also distribute milling machines and computer tomography (CT) machines. While we sell technology, we are committed to customer experience.  Support and training is in our DNA.  We are the market leaders in the dental industry with 20 years of experience in CAD/CAM and CT technologies, providing unparalleled support and training for the products we distribute. We have trained over 15,000 dentists and can help you integrate these technologies into your practice, at a pace you are comfortable with. The product line we offer is designed with your success in mind:

  • We offer solutions that you allow you to stay modular and flexible, where you can replace, upgrade and add components to grow your business.
  • We make sure your investments are patient driven, not dictated by the industry or manufacturer’s interests.
  • Our mission statement is embedded in our business name; we want to make sure that you can utilize any digital impression system you want with any CT X-ray machine, producing a wide variety of restorations and implant related prosthesis / components.
Introduction to CAD/CAM and CT Technology

In order to make an informed purchase decision, there are some basic principles you should appreciate. Watch the video that explains how digital dentistry works. A digital scan, whether intra-oral or extra-oral, produces a file with specific data sets which can be manipulated. The Computer Aided Design (CAD) software will then formulate a proposal that will need fabrication (either printing or milling).  The resulting algorithm is then calculated by Computer Aided Manufacturing (CAM) software that takes certain specifics into consideration; like the material, the drills and the type of milling or printing machine. It’s important to understand how the CAD and CAM work together- some systems provide you automation, while others give you the greatest flexibility so that you can incorporate new and emerging technologies.

Below are our most popular products in their respective categories.  Visit the Shop for more products and solutions

Medit Intra-oral and Hand-Held Scanners

Medit T-Series Tabletop Scanners

Shining3D Intra-oral and Desktop Scanners

ICam4D Photogrammetry by Imetric

CADCAM Software

Imes-Icore Milling Machines

VHF Milling Machines

5 Axis Milling Machines

Milling Materials

Printing Materials

CBCT Machines

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