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So is this going to be limited to only Ceramill DRS zirconia or is there a feeling we will see this in open platform sintering ovens?
With 20 min fast firing I’m guessing the end user is in office? Anyone have a use case for such a short program otherwise?
 
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Yeah its for in office, I think thats why its called Drs. Not a big fan of fast sintering but maybe they have figured something out. Its about time, the waiting 10 hours is getting old. Ive ran sagemax on 3 hour cycles and if its not thick it works great. I dont know if this is a game changer for in office milling, but maybe.
 
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I know sirona has there fast sintering. My cerec docs say it looks like chalky crap...but they do it anyway. That's what I hate, the "this shade is off. Can you darken it a bit?" Shows me picture and I have no idea which is the crown and which are the natural teeth. Now the picky docs are putting literal polished turds in without a problem.
 
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Deal with the same thing with my cerec docs. Chalky crap is ok as long as they do it.
 
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So is this going to be limited to only Ceramill DRS zirconia or is there a feeling we will see this in open platform sintering ovens?
With 20 min fast firing I’m guessing the end user is in office? Anyone have a use case for such a short program otherwise?
It can be used with other systems. Looks are similar to the FX ML. Blocks are around $33 per
 
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