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Roland’s DWX-51D five-axis milling machine is an open architecture unit that’s easy to install, set up and use. Brian Brooks, Roland DGA’s Group Product Manager – Specialty Systems, offers these pointers for setting up, calibrating and maintaining th
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Digital technology product lines continue to expand and this year’s attendees got the first look at new scanners, 3D printers, milling units and software options, as well as a host of new materials.
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In 2012, Peter Lee wanted to grow his two-person C&B laboratory, LifeLike Dental Studio, into a larger, more modern operation, but his partner wasn’t on board. So Lee bought him out, then got to work.
- November 2015
How to Fabricate Anterior Crowns Using KATANA Multi-Layered Zirconia with the Stain and Glaze Technique
Jean Chiha, CDT, shares his step-by-step CAD/CAM process for fabricating four anterior crowns using Noritake KATANA STML (Super Translucent Multi-Layered Zirconia) combined with his own highly successful conventional techniques.
- September 2015
A record-breaking crowd welcomed LMT’s LAB DAY East to its new Atlantic City, NJ venue on September 19. More than 1,020 attendees flocked to the Atlantic City Convention Center for a jam-packed day of education, networking and comparison shopping.
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- June 2015
Rafael Choi, CDT, describes his technique for using IPS e.max Press Multi to eliminate the need for layering methods and produce esthetic, lifelike anterior crowns in a predictable and efficient manner.
- May 2015
As part of our ongoing State of the Industry 2015 coverage, LMT Editors visited the world’s largest dental show to bring you the scoop on the latest product and process innovations worldwide—including digital dentures, laser milling and more—and what else is coming down the pike for the U.S. market.
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- April 2015
Roland offered attendees a preview of its new four-axis wet mill for glass ceramic and composite resins. Officially launched at the IDS show, DWX-4W will be available later this year. It features a 60,000-rpm Jaeger spindle that supports milling of crowns, small bridges, inlays, onlays and veneers. In addition to milling on X, Y and Z axes, the unit rotates the blocks 360° on a fourth axis to support undercuts.
“The multi-pin clamp enables you to load three blocks of different materials and mill them simultaneously,” said Brian Brooks, Dental Solutions Product Manager. “This is an open system that features single-push operation; four-position ATC; color-coded control panel; and compact, built-in water filtration.”
Call 800-542-2307 or visit www.rolanddga.com.
- April 2014
Roland DGA Corp. introduced two new optional accessories for the company’s DWX-4 compact mill:
An automatic tool changer (ATC) that supports up to four different tool sizes for highly precise unattended milling.
A multi-pin clamp that allows the machine to mill up to four different pin-type materials simultaneously, accommodating differences in material composition and color. As a result, prosthetics for up to four different patients can be produced in a single production run, saving time, labor and costs.
“The DWX-4 is an easy-to-use, precise, on-demand production platform for digital dentistry,” said Brian Brooks, Product Manager for Roland. “These new tools enhance the DWX-4 by both expediting and automating production for more complex jobs.”
Measuring 13” x 14” x 16”, the DWX-4 supports a variety of materials, including 3M ESPE’s Lava™ Ultimate Restorative, zirconia, PMMA and wax. Open architecture by design, it integrates...
- November 2013
Last year, Bob Iuliano, CDT, invested about $80,000 in CAD/CAM equipment—and he hasnât looked back since.
Whip Mixâs second annual Survive or Thrive Digital Forum was chock-full of advice and take-home strategies to help attendees make informed decisions about digital technology.
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- May 2013
The proliferation of digital technologies continued to flourish at the IDS, with more and more digital manufacturing solutions that enable users to address a greater number of applications and work with a larger range of materials. In addition, the 3D printing market continues to expand.
- April 2012
The CAD/CAM software, equipment and materials market continues to flourish and several new players were first-time exhibitors at LAB DAY, including:
Creo Dental System launched the Arum5X Milling Machine. This five-axis wet milling unit is compatible with any scanner and features a nine-unit revolving dispenser, a tool breakage sensor and an online work management website. For details, call 212-302-3860 or visit www.creods.com.
exocad® North America: Founded in Germany in 2010 and in the U.S. in 2011, exocad is quickly becoming a player in the market as 15 "system integration partners" have embraced its exocad DentalCAD software to drive their scanners and mills. Mainly focused on selling to manufacturers and large laboratories, the latest system integrators include Core3d Centres, Apex Dental Milling, Clon3d, and Sagemax Bioceramics.
Designed specifically for dental applications, exocad can be used with virtually any dental scanner, CAM, and fabrication system. "Our system is...
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Sagemax announces a new partnership with Nabertherm to offer its high-temperature HTCT 01/16 zirconia sintering furnace. Equipped with SiC heating elements to avoid contamination or chemical interactivity often experienced between zirconia units and molybdenum disilicide heating elements, the furnace can reach 1,550°C in less than 40 minutes with cooling capability back to 200°C within 120 minutes for a reasonable overall cycle time and can sinter a variety of different zirconia materials. The furnace augments Sagemax's CAD/CAM product line which also includes its NexxZr, a high-translucency full contour zirconia, and a range of zirconia and wax discs compatible with different systems. Last summer, Sagemax partnered with Roland DGA to sell its DWX-50 milling machine and Tanaka Dental to market its pre-sintered stains and other products.
For more information, call 877-386-0389 or 253-220-5151, email firstname.lastname@example.org or visit www.sagemax.com.