The Ceramill Motion 2 from AMANN GIRRBACH is a compact hybrid CNC milling machine that combines 5-axis milling and grinding technology, in both wet and dry applications. This enhanced flexibility now allows the lab to perform almost every fabrication process in house including, the dry milling of zirconia, wax and Amann Girrbach's new non-precious alloy Sintron (CrCo-Soft) and the wet milling of PMMA, TEMP and composites, as well as wet grinding of glass ceramics. With a modular design platform that's easily upgradable, the Motion 2 is ready to handle a range of new materials and future indications, virtually eliminating the need to outsource.
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The Ceramill Map 400 Scanner is the next generation of advanced, fully automatic, high-performance digital scanners...See more from AMANN GIRRBACH designed to work seamlessly with the Motion 2 Milling Machine. With the functionality, capabilities and precision of the Ceramill Map 300 scanner, the Map 400 is lighter, faster and one-third smaller. Highly sensitive 3D sensors and a wide angle measuring field allow scanning of articulated casts, bite registrations, diagnostic models, gingiva and wax-ups plus bridges up to 14 units quickly and easily. A wide-angle measuring field minimizes the number of scan images required, while just two axes reduce the scan times of full arches and articulated casts. The scanner's open platform and Mind Software also provides the flexibility to easily export, import, modify or process .stl files. Call 800-851-3719 or visit www.amanngirrbach.com. To register for a Ceramill System demonstration, call 866-587-3498 or visit www.ceramilldemodays.com.
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