Cherlee Rohling · Marketing Coordinator at Jaeger Spindles NA Corp
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Two new mills from Roland: DWX-51D and DWX-4W. Both new mills will be on display at the LMT Lab Day East show.
I'm considering purchasing a 3 shape scanner soon. I've been evaluating various workflows and was wondering how many different ways current users are putting the scans to work. Such as; anyone splitting the files for SLM copings or zirconia coping with milled or printed wax ups for press-to restorations? Milled gold crowns with Strategic Milling? Any good or bad experiences with CAP or CMC? I've been milling in house with in-lab and have decided not to pursue another milling machine at this time. So I'm looking to partner with others to provide the mills. Thanks. — tagged 4 topics
Hi everyone, I have been a Dental technician for 17 years and I am now contouring zirconia and running mills and I have done posterior design on 3shape. I am looking to further my career in Cad/cam and am looking for an opportunity to do that. I am willing to relocate. I would love to go south so if anyone knows of a job opening could you please let me know. Thank you — tagged 3 topics
Anyone have any advice on zirconia bridge frameworks "warping"? Hardly ever happens with frameworks with no curve, but seems to be more frequent with 4 unit and larger frames that curve (anterior). Individual units fit terrific internally and marginally, but 2-3 out of 10 times the frames will rock slightly. We are sintering these alone with no rapid sintering cycles. — tagged Zirconia
Question: Most efficient workflow for entering and scanning cases? We've talked to several folks who have a single technician that enters and scans using multiple 3Shape scanners at a rate of 3.5 minutes per. Just curious as to how that workflow looks... — tagged 3Shape, Inc.
I have a doctor that uses the trios scanner. He wants to send a scan of the pre-op. I know its possible, I just don't know what he has to do on his end when logging in a case. Can someone please help?
I've noticed our Sirona InLab MCXL is starting to let off a foul odor. I wipe it down after it's been used, and try to keep the lid open when the chamber is still wet. Does anyone know of anything one can use to clean it that won't harm it, but will get that odor to go away? I also have a problem with the water jet holes plugging up, and the little brushes Sirona give you to "clean" them are a joke. I use a thin piece of wire in the holes, but I know that can't be that great for it. Does anyone have any suggestions on either matter? It'd be greatly appreciated. — tagged inLab MC XL
We had Sirona in lab rap in our lab lest Wednesday. We loved what we heard but not sure if we would make right choice by just going w them or shopping other system. What we like the most is that we would be able to do all staps ourselves from reciving files (just from cerec-ussers since they are closed system according to the rep) scanning conventional impressions /models (but not be able to send files to other labs-outsourcing labs in case there is a need except Infinident) and milling which we now outsource to other lab but we would also have to think about sintering oven which is another investment...See more and as of now we have lots of need for bruxier crowns, Oh and I forgot to mention we are full service so our partial work we outsource as well. Help!!!!
Here's another question for you... our full contour zirconia crowns have recently started looking less translucent than before and a little on the yellow side. We were debating the cause and have come up with two main ideas - either we're putting too many units in the sintering dish at night, or it's time to change the beads in the dish. What do you guys think? Throw out the beads or cut down the load, or something else we haven't thought? Thanks! — tagged Zirconia
Hello! It seems the holes where the water shoots out onto the burs of our inLab MC XL milling unit are clogged and make the water shoot off in other directions or not at all. Any suggestions on how I can clean these out? Also, suggestions on cleaning out the chamber in general? Thanks :) — tagged inLab MC XL
We've ran thousands of full zirconia crowns through our in-house milling and sintering with very few failures... until recently. One of our main doctors has had 3 break in the last month, and we just heard from another doctor that 2 others just broke. Any thoughts? — tagged Zirconia
Is there a website or directory to go to that compares all the open archetecture scanners (&milling machines if available) along with prices???
And what feedback does anyone have with open architecture scanners(besides the #1 3-shape)???? thanks! — tagged Scanners
If you are heading to DLOAC please plan to join us on Thursday, November 15th for a in-depth training on Dental CAD/CAM technology offered by CIMSystem (SUM3D) and Roland DGA.
Today, digital dental technologies are helping to transform every aspect of the dental industry. The latest technological advancements in scanning, CAD/CAM software and CNC milling allow digital dental labs to deliver custom production with speed, precision and economy. In this training, you will gain key takeaways and skills for the digital age from CIMSystem and Roland experts. By attending this course, you will also...See more receive 4 CDT credits.
What you will learn from this class:
Introduction to the digital dental process
Introduction to CAD/CAM
How to use the CAM system to mill everything from Crowns to Copings to Bridges
How to use the right CAD settings for milling
The right tools and materials for the job
Thursday, November 15, 2012
Roland DGA Headquarters
15363 Barranca Parkway
Irvine, CA 92618
Attendees will receive 4 CDT credits
CIMSystem is a leading CAD/CAM technology provider for the 3D and Dental market with highly regarded software solutions such as SUM3D and Rhinoceros. Since the companyâs establishment in 1999 in Milan, CIMSystem has grown to be a leader in CAD/CAM solutions with a worldwide technical and sales partner network.
About the Instructor
Luigi Fanin is an experienced Mechanical Engineer covering a broad range of engineering fields focused on Computer Aided Design, Reverse Engineering and Computer Aided Manufacturing. Luigi is business development manager and technical trainer for Italian software manufacturer CIMSystem, creators of SUM3D CAM specifically designed software solutions for open Dental milling centers.
Space is limited, please register in advance online: