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IMTEC Introduces the SPRITE CT System

Full featured Computed Tomography for $100,000

LOS ALAMOS, N.M., June 11 /PRNewswire/ -- IMTEC Corporation proudly presents the SPRITE, a revolutionary new low cost, small footprint CT system. Designed with a new level of ease of use and scanning speed, the SPRITE joins IMTEC's line of industry leading industrial scanning systems.



"IMTEC has greatly simplified CT with the introduction of the SPRITE," said IMTEC President and CEO Tim Thompson. "With this new user-friendly machine, CT is now practical for users of all levels of experience."

The system uses state-of-the art touchscreen technology as its User Interface, and an advanced 4-stage rotary system to simplify and ensure successful scanning setup and execution. "The SPRITE system represents a revolution in Computed Tomography. It brings many new innovations to market all in one package -- low cost, convenient size and automated scanning. SPRITE will vastly expand the 3D scanning market," said Tom Nora, IMTEC Product Manager for CT Technologies.

The IMTEC Technology Center in Los Alamos, New Mexico is well known for over a decade's worth of experience in industrial imaging. Drawing on this experience and expertise, IMTEC has created a simple system that retains all of the features associated with IMTEC's Industrial FlashCT(R) product line. The result is a system that can be used with minimal training and setup, allowing the user to begin scanning immediately. Using the SPRITE is as simple as placing a sample on the stage, closing the door and pressing "SCAN."

The SPRITE also has other convenient features: rollers for ease of movement and dimensions small enough to allow passage through any conventional doorway. With the SPRITE, IMTEC continues to realize its long term strategy of incorporating FlashCT(R) imaging technology in areas not previously associated with industrial and healthcare 3D imaging.

About IMTEC Corporation

IMTEC Corporation's primary focus is on dental applications and the development of new technology to simplify dentistry. IMTEC created a revolution in implantology with the introduction of the MDI implant line and has grown into the global leader in small diameter implants.

IMTEC's ILUMA system is a leader in Cone Beam Computed Tomography for dentistry and medicine. With this technology and IMTEC's groundbreaking applications, its customers can access the power of three-dimensional radiography in the convenience of their own offices. IMTEC also produces a wide variety of industrial CT scanning equipment powered by its proprietary and award winning FlashCT(R) software and its internationally recognized engineering team. For more information, visit

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