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      1. mpt
        mpt
        thanks great site
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      2. mpt
        mpt
        I also have the vita furnace and found it great for zirconia
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          Sevan P
          Which one? the 6000MS I just had to replace the motherboard in the oven, it just went out after like 3 years of use.
          Jul 26, 2016
      3. mpt
        mpt
        Thanks I will try it on my k5 can these machines actually cut metal or is it bull ****.
        1. Sevan P
          Sevan P
          go to face book and join this group

          vhf milling machine for dental technicians

          scroll down people are dry milling crco.
          Jul 20, 2016
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      4. mpt
        mpt
        can you help me how do I import files from sum3d into my vhf software please
        thanks chris
        1. Sevan P
          Sevan P
          Hello

          In the CNC software you need to get into the admin settings, then check the import icon for external CAM data.This will put a folder icon right next to the play button in the upper left of the cnc window.
          Jul 19, 2016
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          Sevan P
          Then you need sum3d to export a DEC file to a shared folder on the Cam PC, Mke sure the DEC files are on the Cam pc and NOT on any other pc and read over the network I have Sum3d on my design PC cause it is a serious build and runs Sum very easy, then I put the DEC files on the CAM pc.
          Jul 19, 2016
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          Sevan P
          So once you get those done, simply go to the CNC window, click the folder icon and select the DEC file to mill. It will look crazy on the disk image on the right, path lines going everywhere but mills just fine.
          Jul 19, 2016
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      5. Tad Philip
        Tad Philip
        Hey bro, how do you like the Vident 6000 MS sintering? We are thinking about one.

        Thanks Tad
        1. Sevan P
          Sevan P
          It's a good oven, custumizable programs easy to set up and use.
          Nov 10, 2014
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