CNC Machine Vibrations and Their Effect on Restoration Quality

Image DescriptionThe objective of every machining operation is to remove material within tolerances as quickly as possible. The challenge for every lab, milling center or dental practice is, for a given material and restoration type: determining the optimum machining conditions that will produce highly accurate restorations, in the shortest time-frame while maintaining high-quality gingival margin, fine surface finishes, minimum post-machining hand work and long cutting tool life while meeting their individual production, quality, reliability and profitability requirements.

Knowing machine construction elements and how they affect operation, reliability, quality of output and cost of ownership allows dental professionals to make educated decisions in the selection of a machining center that will meet their needs and requirements.