Our Technical Director and bar milling expert will be at LMT Lab Days East, April 5th in booth R-2
WorkNC Dental CAM software can be used for soft materials, metals, abutments, bars and more. Check us...See more out.
Best of all,m we'll happily give you our information we have gathered on the best way to star implementing CAM into dental, including doing implants.
In October of 2012 we did a seminar titled âIntroduction to Dental Millingâ. Some people that could not make it due to schedule or location asked about the possibility of filming it. So we did...See more film it with amateur home video cameras. This seminar includes Chris Brown from Apex Dental Milling Center speaking on his experience opening a milling center. It also includes Sescoi speaking on open vs closed systems, Imetric speaking on white light scanners and Datron Dynamics on dental milling machines. Click the link for more information.
We have learned, as developers of dental CAM software for implants, that there is some confusion about the differences between milling simpler parts like copings or full contours and mimlling bars and...See more implant connections. During LMT Chicago, we have set aside some time for some one on one sessions, that are more informational than sales focused, where we can discuss what some of the CAM differences are, and how you can prepare yourself for them. Simple click the link and fill out the form and we will be in touch to schedule a time. Thanks!
We are doing an informal Introduction to Dental Milling seminar on October 24. This will be in Schaumberg, IL in the evening and include a complimentary dinner.
Chris Brown from Apex Dental Milling...See more in Ann Arbor will discuss what to look out for and offer tips from experience if interested in getting into dental milling. Datron Dynamics will discuss mills and Sescoi will discuss dental CAM software.
This event is free, but we need you need to register so we have a count for food..
Key Findings: Manufacturers are beefing up software indications, hardware options and CAD/CAM subcontracting services; More intraoral scanners hit the market; and Full contour restorations are “king”
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