There is a danger and a benefit to this situation because its a friend whos offering this opportunity. The most common problem I have seen as a consultant is the Dr requiring more attention than you initially...See more expect. I would make sure you have a contract - Ideally one where you define it as a lease of space and equipment (and maintence), No restrictions on outside clients as well. Also i would take your fee schedule and evaluate the savings on shipping, remakes and adjustments - Drs always love asking tech to adjust or polish every little thing. Best of luck and let us know what you decided?
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2nd Generation Lab tech running a full service dental lab in Southern California. Trying to become a Digital Dental Lab - using Sirona CerecConnect and looking to get a 3d printer for our removable side.