Rolandís New Compact Dental Mill Combines Precision, Affordability and Easy of Use into a Desktop Solution, Including CAM Software
"Like the award-winning DWX-50, the new DWX-4 compact dental mill†(http://www.rolanddga.com/dwx4) is capable of milling a wide variety of materials with reliable precision," said
Measuring just 13 inches by 14 inches and 16 inches high, the DWX-4 combines a small footprint with easy operation that allows even first -time users of a digital milling machine to achieve professional results.
With the DWX-4, the workflow is simple.† After installing the material and milling tools in the machine, lab technicians use Rolandís intuitive
With a four-axis configuration that includes three axes (XYZ) and a rotary axis, the DWX-4 features an automatic tool changer (ATC) that changes milling tools as needed without interrupting the production process.† Prosthetic parts such as crowns and bridges can be produced using standard block and pin-type dental materials, including zirconia, PMMA and wax.
An open architecture system, the DWX-4 comes complete with its own CAM software and also works with commercially available CAD/CAM software for a seamless integration into an existing workflow.† Several features ensure flawless performance, including a status light that displays the progress of each job, and a tool-life management system that monitors tool usage and automatically notifies the user when a tool replacement is needed.
An air blower prevents dust buildup and a negative ion generator reduces static electricity when milling PMMA.† The DWX-4 also features an automatic diagnostic system that sends users an e-mail notification when an error occurs or when a job is completed.† Highly scalable, the DWX-4 offers multicast capabilities which allow users to connect up to four DWX-4s to a single computer.
The DWX-4 comes bundled with an open-architecture CAM software package that accepts all STL file types. This easy-to-use† solution features a user-friendly interface and simple workflow for a short learning curve. With the software, users can choose from a range of materials in various sizes. Automatic nesting and placement options help conserve materials. With pre-defined milling strategies, jobs can be sent directly from the software to the mill with no interuption during tool path caculation. Customizable reports can also be generated once restoration cases have been completed.
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