SIRONA’s inLab MC XL mills zirconia, resin materials and glass ceramics in the same machine. It features a small footprint, high power and works with over 30 tested materials. Users can switch from grinding and milling in just a few simple steps, and it’s economical due to the large milling volume and broad spectrum of applications. Combined with inLab SW 4.2, the unit provides a wide range of production options with high speed and precision, and users can cross reference smile design cases with 3D, photorealistic images of the patient’s face, allowing for excellent symmetry and esthetics.
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Chris Halke, CAD/CAM Supervisor, sets up a BruxZir® mill job. When the lab moved into its new facility,...See more almost tripling its space, it purchased two new BruxZir mills. It now has three BruxZir milling systems, two Roland DWX-50 milling systems and a Sirona inLab MC XL unit, Roland JWX-10 wax mill, EnvisionTec 3Dent printer, EnvisionTec P4 printer, an Objet Eden 350 printer, three 3Shape D700 scanners and two 3Shape D800 scanners. "Unlike our old facility, the mills and printers are now in separate rooms," says Albensi. "Now this area has a better workflow and structure to it, so it seems much bigger than before."
Hello! It seems the holes where the water shoots out onto the burs of our inLab MC XL milling unit are...See more 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
Because of the time constraints, the case was milled using two different systems in the office: tooth...See more #8 on the Sirona inLab MC XL and #7 on the chairside CEREC MC XL. Naraine chose VITA®'s RealLife Block for tooth #8 and, when designing the restoration, positioned the virtual crown within the dentinal core of the block (shown above). This blocked the stump shade while still giving the crown natural esthetics. For the veneer on tooth #7, he decided to use the stump to help achieve the final shade, and chose Vita Mark II, a less chromatic, all-enamel block.