Help for buying a milling machine

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josepedrojesus

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I'm researching to buy a new milling machine. I'm looking at vhf r5, imes icore pro + and ivoclar PM7.
Which ones do they advise?

Thank you
 
Car 54

Car 54

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Others here know more about mills than I do, so for me, it would also be about who would provide the better support that I'd need.
 
Brett Hansen CDT

Brett Hansen CDT

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We are planning on buying the PM7. I have heard from trusted sources that they are using and like that mill. Also, just as Car 54 said, Ivoclar's support is top notch.
 
harmonylab

harmonylab

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we have a pm7. we had some bad luck with our first and second units being faulty. but the new one is working perfectly fine, and very happy with it. very versatile, can do metal, emax, pmma, zircona, wax, both wet and dry. and of course, ivoclar's support is top notch.
 
2thm8kr

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we have a pm7. we had some bad luck with our first and second units being faulty. but the new one is working perfectly fine, and very happy with it. very versatile, can do metal, emax, pmma, zircona, wax, both wet and dry. and of course, ivoclar's support is top notch.
So do you use it wet and dry and for all of those materials?
 
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grantoz

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Did L man tell you to write that?hahahaha
 
CoolHandLuke

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Nah. Ive just used 350 with 0 problems ever, and the guys at axsys genuinely are the best in the business with their support and knowledge.

But its dependent on cam for me.
 
harmonylab

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So do you use it wet and dry and for all of those materials?
we currently use it dry. boss doesn't like milling emax, so haven't had to use wet yet, but we can.
 
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FASTFNGR

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I'm researching to buy a new milling machine. I'm looking at vhf r5, imes icore pro + and ivoclar PM7.
Which ones do they advise?

Thank you
I always believed in Japanese product, Roland is the one for me for dry milk. 3years and not even a sneeze.
 
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ddsTech

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josepedrojesus,
I researched mills for 2 years before purchasing the Versamill 5XS 5-axis mill from Axsys Dental Solutions about 3 years ago. It's been a true workhorse mill and the tech support at Axsys has been fantastic! They respond to my questions quickly and always have an answer that keeps me running. The great thing is that I almost never need help because the mill and templates work so well. You need a quality mill and equally qualified and responsive tech support to make an investment like this pay off. You should definitely talk with the Al Morad at Axsys before making your final decision. Do your research and ask a ton of questions before your purchase.

Feel free to PM me or ask more questions here on this forum if you want to hear more about my experience with Axsys and the Versamill.

Mark
 
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