For Sven Keutner of the dental lab SKdent in Loshausen (Germany), the Roland DG DWX-50 dental milling machine is a hit. “I have only praise for this machine. The possibilities are endless and the quality is excellent. Moreover, this machine costs a fraction of what you pay for other apparatus.”
Axel Vogel leads a dental lab in Berlin. He uses a five-axis milling machine from Roland DG for milling dental prostheses. “At IDS, I discovered the DWX-50 milling machine from Roland DG. For almost two years now I have been working with this machine and for me it is the perfect solution for milling dental crowns, bridges, telescopic prostheses and abutments.”
German-based company millDENT specializes in the manufacture of dental prostheses made of zirconium. Founder Akin Öztürk uses the DWX-50 milling machine from Roland DG in the manufacturing process. The 5-axes machine is ideal for milling crowns and bridges in zirconium, PMMA and wax. “The DWX-50 is compact, easy to operate and much less expensive than similar machines from other manufacturers,” Öztürk says.
IW Dental Laboratory was set up in 2009 by Ian Woolley after working and heading up various laboratories both here and in South Africa. Ian came to the UK from South Africa in 1993 and after working in London moved down to the South West where he has built a strong reputation as one of the regions leading laboratory owners. The new Laboratory is completely private with the focus firmly on high quality work and superb service, underpinned by a strong belief in the ‘Open Digital’ future for Dentistry.
A Ceramics has fully embraced the digital future of dentistry in its bridge, crown and implant manufacturing business and made gains in accuracy, quality and consistency that have left owner Alan Bamford hugely optimistic about the future.