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    Cercon Brain/Eye Degudent

    Discussion in 'Dental-CAM' started by costinsilviu89, Dec 24, 2016.

    1. costinsilviu89
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      costinsilviu89 Member Full Member

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      Greetings!
      Anyone having experience with the Degudent Cercon system?
      i have seen alot of offers, why is everybody selling them?
      Are you sattisfied with yours?

      I"m thinking on buying one, please share your toughts.
       
    2. fayzxx

      fayzxx New Member Full Member

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      Hi
      Actually its very good system as 3 axis cad/cam.
      Its strongly closed system.
      But you can find some supplier for the black.
      I hav it and also want to sell it


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      What can it be used for? I heard the software is a pain in the ass, consumables very expensive and after sinterising isnt so precise to fit dyes. Im new to cad cam, ceramics, so id love if you sincerely present me the good and the bad please. What year this equipment been built?
       
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      fayzxx New Member Full Member

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      Totally not true regarding the accuracy and fitting. The software its simple for beginners.
      You can make for you up to 10 unit bridge and telescopic Crown inlay only simple implants


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      As long as you aren't concerned with any of the advancements in technology from the last ten years and are content with milling the worst looking zirconia made, then it might be a viable option.

      I must admit, I was impressed when I first saw it, but that was long, long ago at a trade show, and I had never seen zirconia before.

      http://dentallabnetwork.com/forums/threads/cercon-eye-cad.11528/

      If you can get the full system for under 5000, and if consumables are even available (?) it might be interesting to play with, but you would certainly be looking to sell it soon.
       
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      It was anything else but precise and the material looked like toilet sink. The system is super limited and not worth any time in current century.
       
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      Avoid it! You can get used system for similar price with more mobility! It's close system, outdated and expensive one. When there's something cheap it's not without a reason. ;)
       
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