What is the best way to explore options for CAD/CAM?

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A. M.

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I would say talk to as many people/companies as you can.
Compare prices. (All salesperson will say their company is the best...)
Figure out what you want to buy. Start with only CAD. If you buy a mill too at the same time it could be a lot to learn in a couple days and very frustrating.
If you start scanning and designing only, I think it is enough... you have options where to send your cases to be milled. Once you are comfortable with designing, you can buy a mill too.
 
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Thomas H

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Thanks CLH. I appreciate the support.
You should really spend some quality time on our website: https://axsysdental.com
Especially exploring "The Learning Zone" tab and: https://axsysdental.com/UniqueSolution.html#fourkeyelements
I spent a lot of time making our site educational, not just a giant brochure or commercial for our products and services.
It turned out to be a pretty good site (of course I might be prejudice) —I have been told it is a good site to learn.
Check it out. I would be interested to hear your opinion.
Thanks! I'll check out and let you know.
 
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Thomas H

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when all this 5hit is over with corona go and do a Zirkonzahn course for like 2 weeks and really get into it. you will never look back.
My lab does removable. Got any suggestions in that realm?
 
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yes i would still stick by my suggestion as you need to learn cadcam not how to design a crco once you know the program and whats possible away you go .you can even talk to them about what you want to achieve in a course and they will tailor it to your needs . ive done this with my staff on a number of occasions. they are the only company that makes scanners materials mills and most of all technicians.
 
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Imagine just posted their 'quarantine' series of zoom lectures starting next week. One is a hyperdent pro tips and tricks. as well as 4-5 others.
 
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hells no. I will keep my virtual mouth shut about it though.Pcguru
 
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Getting closer to finalizing the curriculum which of course I wlll share. (HA, "cours"e, see what I did there? "course"... never mind Laugh :cool: ). Dang, there is soooo much to cover. My plan is to try and enable CE credits as well.

More info to follow...
 
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