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Axsys Dental Solutions will introduce the new Versamill 5X-200 5-Axis Dental Machining Center at LabDay Chicago 2015.
Argen Hosts "The Future of Digital Dentistry" Seminar Featuring Guest Speaker Dr. Gordon Christensen
The Argen Corporation will be hosting a seminar, The Future of Digital Dentistry, featuring guest speakers Dr. Gordon Christensen and Dr. Bob Lowe. This event will take place on Wednesday, November 19,...
German dental supplier Heraeus Kulzer GmbH has acquired the Italian CAD/CAM manufacturer Enhanced Geometry Solutions (EGS Srl).Heraeus Kulzer GmbH is the parent company of Heraeus Kulzer, LLC, the worldwide...
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The digital transition in labs is not just about fabrication processes; the operational side of the lab business is changing too. Speakers at the 2014 DLOAC Meeting look at the continuously evolving role...
LMT taps into the expertise of 20 laboratory owners and managers from all size labs who've successfully incorporated digital technology into their operations, offering real-life experiences and tips on...
Once she arrived in Arizona last fall, LMT Publisher Judy Fishman visited Scott Atkin, Owner of Creative Milling Dental Laboratory and CEO of Dental Lab Milling Supplies, LLC, in Scottdale, AZ, just as...
Jean Chiha, CDT, shares his step-by-step process for fabricating a posterior, three-unit, implant-supported bridge using Noritake KATANA Multi-Layered (ML) Zirconia.
Some shots of a custom abutment fresh off the Versamill. Not perfect but margins and finish looks pretty...See more good and we're getting right down to the interface nicely.
We've been trying out some new tooling and it gave me a chance to check out my new camera: Canon 70D w/ 100mm macro lens and flash ring.
Still dialing it in (both tooling and camera) but so far very happy with both. Pretty nasty case really but anybody can do the easy stuff.
Is there anyone familiar with designing custom abutments with Sirona's inLab 4.2? We are having an issue...See more we don't seem to have a solution to, and just wondered if we're missing a step or something. We follow the steps to the letter that I learned at one of the advanced courses. Also, with the TiBase and scan body, I make sure the little ridge on the tiBase/post faces toward the buccal, and align the scan body appropriately to it. We then continue to design the case as one normally would. The issue comes after milling when somehow the little groove made in the abutment to slide down on the little ridge of the TiBase is in the wrong place and when seated results in an abutment and crown turned at least a quarter turn - even though it appears on the buccal on the screen when designing. We are baffled, and can't seem to find anyone who knows either. Any ideas? — tagged Abutments and inLab Software 4.2
Our Technical Director and bar milling expert will be at LMT Lab Days East, April 5th in booth R-2
WorkNC...See more Dental CAM software can be used for soft materials, metals, abutments, bars and more. Check us out.
Best of all,m we'll happily give you our information we have gathered on the best way to star implementing CAM into dental, including doing implants.
Hello kent and everyone, I'm starting to hear about problems with zirconia abutments and fractures. I...See more need to look into it a bit more, I haven't had any of mine come back for a remake. It seems to me there would be more trouble with the solid zirconia v.s the Ti base. Monolithic screw retained may be the best way to go for posteriors, emax or zir as long as it has the Ti base. Any thoughts? Hey Kent, congrat's on the new position. — tagged Zirconia, Abutments and Kent Kohli, CDT
According to LMT's 2012 Wage Survey, technicians in the CAD/CAM department are seeing the biggest wage increases. For instance, an all-around CAD/CAM technician with six to 10 years of experience is now earning $19.79 per hour, $3.41 more than in 2010, and a CAD/CAM technician with 11-15 years of experience is now earning $21.06, a $5.07 boost.
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