How many of you are milling Emax? I know, it is cheaper to print/mill wax & press, but considering moving...See more my rushes and internal remakes to milling, as well use this same option for our modelless requests. I have an Imes 450 that mills Emax beautifully, just a lengthy mill time. Considering bringing back an E4D.
I believe it works something like this;
-Scan a physical model or accept a virtual model created by a...See more dentist who owns an intra-oral scanner and he/she can then send you an stl file via the internet
-Design a full contour crown using CAD
-Software automatically creates two files, one is the under-stucture or coping the other is the over-lay portion
-The coping portion or file is then either milled from metal / milled from sintron and then sintered / milled from zirconia and then sintered / or milled or printed in wax then cast and finished
-The overlay portion is then milled or printed from wax and then placed over the completed coping, sealed using a heated instrument, sprued up and invested
-The ring is then placed in the burn-out oven
-After burning out the ring is placed in a pressing furnace that melts ingots of ceramic material and then presses them over the coping.
-Devest, stain and glaze, done ! 100% digital !!! F@#$ me runnin,...Youch !!!
ADVICE - GO DIGITAL or forget about this business ( Don't shoot the messenger )
Understanding scanning and milling is only a piece of the CAD CAM puzzle. Learn the chemistry and physical...See more properties of different types of zirconia, PMMA resins and waxes used as burnout pattern material and how they can affect the outcome of your restorations in this 1-hour webinar.
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