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Discussion in 'Equipment' started by Gdentallab, Apr 29, 2012.

  1. Gdentallab

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    a smple milling machine, what do you suggest, i need it for milling titanium implant abutments, some wax for RPD ...
    i saw the Mariotti , italian.
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    Milling wax for cast RPD frame? Never heard of that.

    Too costly. Printing or traditional waxing is the way to go for now.

    You want to talk about a Haas and SUM3d for under $150k?

    Office Mill....the Haas OM2-a

    Service and parts are easy if you are in the USA.

    I was thinking German stuff, but it is so expensive and finding support and parts in the US is almost impossible. If you go down, you may be waiting a week to a month before you get it fixed and up again. That would ruin your business maybe? I would imagine same goes for most foreign CNC mills.

    Maximum cutting feedrate of 12,000mm/min, which is Super fast!

    This includes Reinshaw touch probe for set-up of raw material and/or final check after milling.

    That system is called the W.I.P.S.

    Also includes 4th and 5th axis table and Auto-tool changer....Coolant system, etc.
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    Then go find something like that that is Non-Dental, or used.

    Probably 4x cheaper. I do like Italian stuff. If you have the $$ then go for it!

    Probably never needs service or parts.
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    non dental? what should i search for?
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    I have a Mariotti Paperino for nearly 20 years. Good stuff. Never had a problem. But i'm not sure is the time of this machines. Maybe a scanner is more productive for that you need.
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