As Aseptico approached its latest project, it did so with the company’s usual care and research. The project involved a device that would provide a controlled application of dental material with minimal physical effort. In essence, they wanted a machine that would deliver root canal filling material easily, accurately, and quickly. The company also faced issues of compactness, ease of use, and programming flexibility. The end product was to be used by dentists when providing endodontic filling techniques. The design had to provide a great deal of control and output power for extrusion of the highly viscous material while still being lightweight, fitting into one hand, and easily used.