5 Reasons to Use DATRON Dental Tools 11 min read 1: Unique Patented Design and Geometry of DATRON Dental Milling Tools DATRON prides itself on having a unique approach to tooling development. Through careful guidance from RD Dental at DATRON AG, a patented design and...
3 Signs That It’s Time for Your Dental Lab to In-Source Metal Milling 13 min read Technology that allows small to moderate sized labs to mill their own PFMs understructures, custom abutments and implant bars has matured significantly in the past few years. Not long...
Precision Dental Milling Tool Holders for Milling Titanium Implants 9 min read The Dental Lab Network is an online community where I’m often pulled into discussions regarding titanium implant milling using medium duty, dental-specific machinery. There was recently a...
Milling Titanium Parts for Dental Implants: What Kind of Spindle Do I Need? 10 min read The Dental Lab Network is an online community where I’m often asked about the DATRON D5 Dental Milling Machine’s features and how they compare to other machines on the...
“The speed and accuracy of the MXCube will satisfy even the most demanding of customers. The streamlined process of setting up jobs quickly and easily is what I find most impressive about the technology,” says DATRON VP of Operations Robert Murphy. " https://bit.ly/2PKGDeu
Here are a few pictures of the MXCube being loaded into our Tech Center. The MX and its Chip Management System fit in pretty nicely alongside the MLCube, M8Cube, and neos. What do you think of the new machine?
Learn more about the MXCube here: https://bit.ly/2PKGDeu
Did you know that Great White Sharks have a high speed approach of their own? They quickly swim from below their prey to the surface with the resulting momentum taking the shark out of the water. Keep an eye out for a new "predator" coming soon...
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Aluminum, composites, steel and... foam? With geometrically optimized tooling, the same machine that produced your part can also be used to mill its packaging. Video speeds & feeds: 6mm foam cutter @ 30k RPM, 6mm DOC & 3mm foam cutter @ 35k RPM, 4mm DOC. https://bit.ly/3gBEBJy
Should you use an extremely fast feed rate of 300"/min or take things slow at 60"/min? The unpopular answer is "it depends". In the case of shallow roughing of 6061, you should be fine with a full send, but definitely dial it back for finishing passes. https://bit.ly/3eM6HAD
What if you didn't have to stop milling to add tooling? With ToolAssist, operators can repeatedly load up to five tools during machine operation for a greater variety of tools and the ability to use sister tools in series production.
Do you need to produce holes as small as .004" (0.1mm) with smooth walls and well-defined edges? If you're producing parts that require micro drilling, combining high-speed milling techniques with a spray-mist coolant system will help. https://bit.ly/35Mg7Hq
Producing the perfect part takes a lot of work. Are you putting the same thought into its packaging? This morning we're CAM'ing out foam inserts in @adskfusion360 for a bottle opener that will be included in the new sample cases for our sales team.
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