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Dentsply Sirona inLab MC XL is the grinding and grinding unit for your laboratory with manufacturing options. You benefit from
Grinding unit and the inLab MC XL milling opens up the broadest possible range of production alternatives for your laboratory. You profit from precision and high speed. To grinding in just a few simple steps from grinding you can change. And as a result of the milling volume and spectrum of software, you will reap considerable benefits.
It features high power, a small footprint and functions with over 30 tested substances. Users can change from grinding and milling in just a few straightforward steps, and it due to wide spectrum of software and the large milling volume. Together with inLab SW 4.2, the device gives a wide array of manufacturing options with high speed and precision, and consumers may cross reference smile design instances with 3D, photorealistic images of the patient's face, allowing for excellent equilibrium and esthetics.
inLab Stack – batch machining of zirconium oxide restorations
The built-in inLab Stack program tool automatically positions several restorations inside one ceramic block. This allows you to decrease your unit expenses and better your capacity usage -- e.g. by doing milling operations overnight.
Fabrication of models
Also, although with the aid of the inLab MC XL * you can not only mill a extensive range of restorations fabricate pin models. This means that your dental lab caters for the whole digital production series -- i.e. you are in a position to import and process digital impressions (Sirona Connect), manufacture models, and create high-quality CAD/CAM restorations. Last but not the least, you have the option of then and scanning impressions milling the versions directly.
With the aid of the software the version information can be edited by you, add on
This procedure is particularly well-suited into the manufacture of posterior bridges, in addition to jaw models for single-tooth restorations.
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