Our Sumex MS1 Drill offers a different grip and feel than the Sumex Drill. The difference also includes power and control that can replicate the experience of a pneumatic drill. The Sumex MS1 features a default speed of 60,000 RPM and a maximum speed of 75,000 RPM. Improved I.D. Touch technology gives you even more ability to fine tune the drill to your exact specifications.
Knurled housing for enhanced grip
Eight slots for attachment indexing/ clocking with handswitch alignment with angled attachment
Power combined with soft, controllable feel
Customized settings for optimal drill performance
All-unique torque settings below 100 percent
Powered by CORE—
our integrated OR solution
Consolidated Operating Room Equipment—CORE—System combines our latest software and drill motor technologies to create an integrated surgical system that delivers optimal performance for you and your patients.
Everything’s driven from the powerful, convenient CORE Console. A major advance in performance and comfort, the CORE Console can be tailored to individual preferences and processes. Learn more about the CORE Console and CORE System.
I.D. Touch Software
A difference you can feel
An intuitive touch is one of a surgeon’s greatest assets—and our exclusive I.D. Touch Software gives you even more nuanced control. Integrated into our CORE Console power source, I.D. Touch Software lets you adjust torque from 0 percent to 100 percent.
The 0% I.D. Touch software for SUMEX MS1 is designed to provide less torque at high speed, but same torque at lower speeds, thus resulting in a different 0% torque setting than current SUMEX
The result is instrumentation that responds perfectly to the exact pressure you prefer. Once you’ve set your preferences, they’re saved permanently. Your instruments will perform to your specifications—every patient, every procedure
The 0 percent I.D. Touch Software for the Sumex Drill is a straight line with less torque over the whole range. We’ve refined the torque profile for the Sumex MS1 Drill to provide less torque at high speed and the same torque at lower speeds—resulting in a different 0 percent torque setting than current Sumex.