Datron Offers 3D Scanners for Dental Milling
Machine tool builder Datron Dynamics (Milford, New Hampshire) has agreed to market Swiss company Imetric’s 3D scanning systems for dental milling applications in North America. Imetric’s structured white-light scanning systems are designed to provide flexible, contactless digitalization for industrial reconstruction, inspection, deformation or movement analysis.
Five-Axis Machining Center for Dental Applications, Operated by Apple iPad
Datron Dynamics Inc. says the company’s D5 Dental Mill is a 5-axis, high-speed machining center designed for dental milling applications including crowns, bridges, abutments, inlays, onlays, telescopes, implants, bar work and even models. A rigid cast iron construction houses a fully-integrated 5-axis automation system built to hold up to eight material blanks or “pucks” frequently used by dental labs. This integrated eight-piece handling system loads and unloads blanks for unattended operation.
Automated High-Speed Machining For Small-Part Manufacturing
The M8 is a five-axis, high speed machining center designed for manufacturing small parts, especially those requiring tight tolerances. The center can access five sides of a part to complete it in a single set-up. According to the company, the center is ideal for producing medical, aerospace and electro-mechanical components.
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This greeting card giant leverages hand-engraving competencies, digital media and high speed machining to produce press-ready dies so its cards are ready for the consumer's viewing pleasure.