I'm considering purchasing a 3 shape scanner soon. I've been evaluating various workflows and was wondering...See more 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 3Shape, Inc. and Custom Automated Prosthetics (CAP)
Let me know if you have 3 Shape, Dental Wings, ExoCad, etc. Which digital impressions you like working with & are you mainly processing the restorations modeless or ordering a model?
I attended a conference last week with some colleagues and throughout different presentations, I found myself writing down acronyms and new words and realized that even at the semi-young age of 33, I am old! I'm sure that I use words...
I am looking to buy a scanner but not sure about the software yearly fee. I looked into the D500 3Shape and 7S Dental Wings. A friend just told me about Identica from Medit blue light.
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."
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