imes-icore CORiTEC 250i

Discussion in 'CNC Machines' started by ICEcad, Apr 2, 2015.

  1. ICEcad

    ICEcad Well-Known Member

    Hi @||, anyone running a coritec 250i wet or dry ?

    Whats the pros and contra with this unit ?

    ICEcad
     
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  2. ICEcad

    ICEcad Well-Known Member

    no... there is no reseller here. or support. Would get it straight from Germany.

    Was just wondering if some one here is using this mill.
    Its better to here it from a real user that a reseller...about the mills pros and cons..
     
  3. ICEcad

    ICEcad Well-Known Member

    Danke cadfan :)
    I dont know anythink about the Yenadent D15. Can you send me link where i can find the video faq / tuts ?
    Do all the repairs by our self sounds relly good !!!!

    I dont want to send mills back and forth for repairs...takes weeks.

    Do you mill Custom Titan Abutments ??

    ICEcad
     
  4. ICEcad

    ICEcad Well-Known Member

    immes-icore :)
    no probs changing from wet to dry milling ?
     
  5. DMC

    DMC Scott Hudson

    Why do people think this is a big deal??

    I don't understand?

    We go from Wet to Dry and never clean shit.

    So what?

    It has been years since I even vacuumed my mills, or attempted to clean the milling chamber.

    Why do it? It has no effect on the performance or longevity of the machine.

    Not at all. All moving parts are protected (on any decent mill) and the dust and dirt you guys are removing is harmless and does not destroy the mill. You cannot get into the places where the dirt would be a problem. (Behind seals and wipers)
    You would have to pull out the ball-screws and bearing and take them apart to clean, or just replace if you really want to do some work that makes a difference. This is necessary when the bearing are gone and sloppy movements. Your CNC controller would give alarm if something is loose or ?? or make terrible noise.

    My fleet of big Lava mills all have 1ft of Zr dust in the bottom.

    Still running just fine. One mill is 2004! No issues at all.
     
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  6. ICEcad

    ICEcad Well-Known Member

    not bad :)
    Our new Toy also arrived......now we wait for the Tech guru from imes :) Looking forward.
     

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  7. Chris Silvoy

    Chris Silvoy Well-Known Member

    The 350i is sooooooo very nice.
    Very good choice. I saw the machine taken apart and then put back together at the factory, it is very well built.
    Please keep us informed of your experience!!!

    Chris
     
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  8. cadfan

    cadfan Moderator Staff Member

    Thats a real cool bitch ICEcad i wish you much fun !!!! that time for me one of the best entry all rounder
     
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  9. Rune

    Rune The force is strong

    Congratulations!!!!
    Sweet machine:drool::drool::drool:
    What cam? 4.6 or 5.0?
     
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  10. ICEcad

    ICEcad Well-Known Member

    Thanks
    iCAM V5.0 ( Sum3d )
    same cam is running on our Roland :)
     
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  11. Toothman19

    Toothman19 Well-Known Member

    Ive heard nothing but great things about that machine. Keep us in the loop about how its working out for you
     
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  12. PlasticTeeth

    PlasticTeeth fantastic plastic!

    I'll play devils advocate. I've heard about lots of problems with 250i's and 350i's, on top of that imes is very hard to work with. Best of luck, let us know how it goes.
     
  13. Chris Silvoy

    Chris Silvoy Well-Known Member

    Can you explain that a bit?
    I really liked the look and feel of the 350i, and the VHF mills are the only comparable models.
    And, we've heard plenty of stories about VHF being hard to deal with.
    Just wondering specifically what to look out for....
    Chris
     
  14. ICEcad

    ICEcad Well-Known Member

    he did all the design and mill in one session :)


    *all mills have + and - !
    *depends on the cam
    *depends on the user.....and so on :)
     
  15. jymyjaz

    jymyjaz New Member

    Is it possible to pause for a job, to open the window and clean the remains of material?
     
  16. cadfan

    cadfan Moderator Staff Member

    Ive never tried and i dont see the reason why ?? maybe you give me one
     
  17. jymyjaz

    jymyjaz New Member

    When I milling a disc of 20 mm with large structures, the water filter is clogged
     
  18. jymyjaz

    jymyjaz New Member

    How air cooling is started in imes 350i? M7?
    we work with Sum3d
     
  19. jymyjaz

    jymyjaz New Member

    Thaks
    M10 air on
    M11 air off
     
  20. ICEcad

    ICEcad Well-Known Member

    @cadfan yore 250i is also as wet mill equipped ?
     

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