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Can you explain this? Where is the interface?
you screw the interface to the fixture, and this system mills the whole premill. uses Arum premills per this video
(start at 2:45) you can see the arum premill just getting rekt
 
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Can you explain this? Where is the interface?
Please refer to CoolHandLuke's reply. The video would be very helpful to find the answer :)

you screw the interface to the fixture, and this system mills the whole premill. uses Arum premills per this video
(start at 2:45) you can see the arum premill just getting rekt
Thank you for sharing! (By the way, it's not the arum premill😉)
 
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Ok that makes sense, I just didnt think an implant screw would take the force of milling like that.. Doesnt the vibration damage the interface? Apparently not.
 
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Beatrice made an excellent post about ti milling that explains it from her point of view
 
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So the advantage is not having to cut off the chimney sprue on a regular pre milled abutment?
 
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So the advantage is not having to cut off the chimney sprue on a regular pre milled abutment?
with the added disadvantage of having to rebuy your screw, placeholder analog, every 3 abutments.
 

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