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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...Steve Braykovich · Jan 20, 2014
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...Tim Tyndall, CDT · Feb 15, 2012
For the last three years, I've been involved in titanium research and development with Precision Milling Center in West Valley City, UT, and read with interest Luke Kahng's recent article on titanium (How to Fabricate an Esthetic Porcelain to Titanium Restoration, LMT November/December 2011,
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...
Industry News · LMT Communications, Inc. · Nov 12, 2014
As of October, laboratories that own Wieland Zenotec milling machines—Zenotec mini, Zenotec select dry machines, and Zenotec select hybrid machines—under warranty are eligible for free backup milling. In the event of an...
The Zenostar zirconia restorations were milled using the Zenotec mini from Ivoclar...See more Vivadent, while the IPS e.max restorations were milled in Zenotec Wax for the pressing technique. An appropriate pre-colored disc of the Zenostar material was selected for milling, after which additional color gradients and incisal effects were created using a water color staining technique on the milled zirconia prior to sintering. The post-sintering result was a nice color gradient and incisal effect directly in the zirconia.
Due to the dark underlying preps, the canines were fabricated from Zenostar zirconia...See more from Ivoclar Vivadent. The software enabled the ceramist to cut back the facial surface by .3mm--his standard cutback for pre-colored Zenostar material--prior to milling.