• December 2016
  • DAL uses and resells exocam powered by ModuleWorks

    DAL DT Technologies uses “exocam powered by ModuleWorks” to provide a high-performance, fully integrated workflow for dental milling applications. DAL uses the technology in its own dental laboratories and is also an official reseller.


    December 13 at 3:59 am

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  • January 2015
  • DAL Celebrates 80th Anniversary

    In December, Dental Arts Laboratories, Inc. (DAL) celebrated 80 years of service to the dental industry. 

    Founded in 1934 by Adolph Knueppel, DAL now has 325 employees across 13 facilities in Illinois, Iowa, Indiana and Missouri. The lab has grown to offer a full range of services—including fixed, removable, implants and snoring/sleep appliances and bruxism/occlusal splints—and two years ago opened DT Technologies to provide subcontracting services and CAD/CAM equipment and materials.

    Part of the laboratory’s success is due to its team of dedicated officers who have a long history with the company, including Terry Knueppel, Adolph’s son, who joined DAL in 1960 and recently became Chairman. Bruce Colgin, who was hired as a part-time delivery driver in 1975, later became President and was recently promoted to CEO. Scott Clark—whose dentist-father was one of Adolph’s clients—has been with DAL since 1977, acting as Executive Vice President until...

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  • July 2013
  • Imes-icore Milling Machines

    A laboratory specializing in digital manufacturing, DAL DT TECHNOLOGIES offers installation, training and technical support for the complete line of imes-icore milling machines. imes-icore mills are industrial-level mill units that deliver high precision and fit. From the entry 240i to the popular 450i milling unit, DAL DT Technologies offers you the flexibility to choose from various size and milling capabilities to best match your production requirements for wet and dry milling of all types of materials.

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    DAL DT Technologies

    July 16, 2013

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