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- Steve Braykovich · Jan 20, 2014
How long does it take your mill to machine a (insert restoration type here)?
This seems to be an area that the digital dental labs and milling centers are most concerned with and can likely be a key...
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There are many interrelated factors that affect a DMC’s (Dental Milling Center) reliability, speed and accuracy, the three most important of which include the spindle drive system, machine control system and axis drive...
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LMT Communications, Inc. · Digital Dentistry · November/December 2014
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 what we all wish we would have...
Product News · Whip Mix Corp. · Oct 03, 2014
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.
Steve Braykovich · Jan 20, 2014
How long does it take your mill to machine a (insert restoration type here)? This seems to be an area that the digital dental labs and milling centers are most concerned with and can likely be a key criterion in their purchase...
According to LMT’s 2012 Fee Survey, 42% of laboratories have more than one fee schedule. Here are the top three reasons why: (1) 48% Lower fee for high-volume clients; (2) 39% Fees for “high-end” restorations are higher than ones for conventional ones; (3) 39% Fees for “economy” restorations are lower than those for conventional ones
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