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  • The full digitisation of removable partial dentures (RPDs)

    3D printed RPD, polished and ready for build up. Renishaw and Cardiff University Dental Hospital have teamed up to research 3D printing of CoCr removable partial dentures to give a flavour of what the future holds for the humble skeletal framework.

  • Dental CAD/CAM process takes a bite sized chunk out of framework prices

    The incise scanning and milling machines Renishaw’s new incise™ dental milling machine was a significant talking point at the Dental Showcase exhibition held recently in Birmingham, UK, where dental laboratories were shown a system that will allow them to produce high quality zirconia frameworks at prices well below current market norms.

  • Find dental CAD/CAM treasure at Dental Showcase 2009

    Zirconia billet in a Renishaw incise milling machine Renishaw, the world’s largest supplier of in-lab CAD/CAM scanning machines (hall 6 stand Q18), will highlight its new incise dental milling system which enables dental laboratories of all sizes to manufacture truly low cost zirconia frameworks in-house.

  • Global interest for new dental CAD/CAM system at IDS Cologne

    The incise scanning and milling machines Dentists and dental technicians from across the world flocked to the Renishaw stand at IDS 2009, the world’s largest trade show for the dental industry held recently in Cologne, Germany. The UK-based company announced the European launch of its incise dental CAD/CAM system, which combines high-speed 3D scanning capabilities, powerful software and a new milling machine to allow the manufacture of high quality zirconia crowns and bridges.

  • New compact milling system complements Renishaw’s incise™ dental CAD/CAM system

    The incise scanning and milling machines Being launched at IDS Cologne, hall 3.2, stand G18, Renishaw’s incise dental milling system will enable dental laboratories to manufacture zirconia frameworks in-house. Styled and sized to match the incise dental scanning machine, it uses a highly accurate Renishaw contact probe for job set-up and monitoring of the cutting tool.