Roland DWX-52D Dry Dental Milling Machine from USA for more efficient and productive, bringing together a wide assortment of high-tech materials, delivering precise fit and high aesthetics, matching the clinical needs of the patient.
For the ultimate in ease, material flexibility and unattended production, the DWX-52D dry dental mill delivers precision 5-axis simultaneous milling of complex restorations. Featuring a 6-slot Automatic Disc Changer for any supported materials and a 15-station Automatic Tool Changer for continuous milling.
The DWX-52D also features automatic air pressure control for optimal air flow with any materials. Plus, an anti-static ioniser reduces static build up to minimise cutting residue. Compatible with a wide range of dental materials including zirconia, high performance polymers, composite resins, wax and CoCr sinter metal.
A versatile metal-free material known for its strength. It is indicated for the production of crowns, bridges, inlays, onlays and full arches. As an aesthetic material that can be layered in ceramic, or as a full monolithic restoration. Recent developments have seen significant improvement
Polyether Ether Ketone. This is a high performance polymer alternative to metal, ideally suited to removable and implant retained prosthetic frameworks, with a modulus of elasticity similar to bone. This level of shock absorbance is very important for patients presenting a heavy bite stress.
A methacrylate resin for temporary crowns and bridges. A very light material that is available in all VITA® shades and also multi-shaded discs.
From copings to partial frameworks, wax is a very popular affordable material that is widely used by dental laboratories.
Glass fibre composite
A combination of resin and multi-directional glass fibres. Used for medium to long term restorations, it is a light material, which requires a composite layering. Commonly used for implant bars and supra structures.
- Pre-sintered CoCr metal
A cobalt-chrome metal that requires sintering to acquire the correct mechanical properties. It is indicated for crowns and bridges, reduced and fully anatomical, custom abutments and screw retained frameworks.
For producing models from an intra-oral scan.
- Composite resin
Dry milling composite resins, such as VITA® Enamic, have become increasingly popular, particularly with dentists looking for a quick solution for same day restorations and can be milled, polished and fitted with