Dental and the DWX50

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coris
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Dental and the DWX50

Post by coris » Tue Jun 04, 2013 9:48 am

Hi, I saw the DWX50 milling a high strength polymer (JUVORA) at the IDS. If this means I can effectively make "metal-like" parts on the DWX50 then this is of great interest to me. At the moment I have to cast RPDs or send off to get a titanium milled implant framework. Have any other users experience of milling this "metal equivalent" on the dwx50, please?

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Re: Dental and the DWX50

Post by Peter Kettle » Tue Jun 04, 2013 12:35 pm

Hi Coris
The material supplied by Juvora is a pure form of medical grade PEEK. It is fully bio-compatible and does not have the risk of allergies that metal has - the latest news about Dick van Dyke's reaction to his Titanium implants is likely to fuel the interest in alternative materials, such as PEEK (http://www.dailymail.co.uk/tvshowbiz/ar ... years.html).

I have cut the material on the DWX50 and was very pleased with the result in terms of surface finish and accuracy. You can see more information on the material here - http://juvoradental.com/dental-professi ... echnology/.
Peter Kettle
Business Development Manager
Roland DG (UK) Ltd
http://www.rolanddg.co.uk

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Re: Dental and the DWX50

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