Roland DGA, a provider of dental 3D engraving and milling technologies, has released DWX-30 dental milling machine, a precise production tool for creating copings, crowns and bridges in zirconia and wax.
The Roland DWX-30 includes three types of clamps, one for discs and two for blocks, making it easy to securely hold a wide variety of material sizes and thicknesses. It features an integrated clamping system and virtual panel which make it easy to create copings, crowns and bridges from wax and zirconia.
The DWX-30 features an integrated dust collection system which completely removes debris while keeping the machine and lab environment clean. It helps in cutting materials on the top, bottom and at +/-20 degrees for complex geometry. A tool sensor automates machine and tool setup, saving valuable time and eliminating errors. As an open platform, the DWX-30 supports all industry standard dental CAD/CAM application software.
The DWX-30 will be offered by dental industry manufacturers and distributors authorized by Roland DGA.
Roland DGA is currently establishing partnerships with systems integrators to create a complete production solution including the mill, scanner and software.
Pedro Gonzalez, product manager for Roland, said: “The DWX-30 is Roland’s newest compact CNC milling machine built on more than 20 years of experience in subtractive rapid prototyping (SRP) technology. The DWX-30 eliminates both the expense of precious metals and the complexity of casting. It is also highly affordable, allowing even small labs to invest in precision milling technology.”