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Fabricate customised titanium abutments in-house

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Amann Girrbach is introducing "Ceramill TI Forms", titanium blanks with prefabricated connection geometry for in-house processing, at the end of the year.


Ceramill TI-Forms will be available for a wide range of implant systems and can be used for fabricating customised, one-piece titanium abutments with outstanding surface quality in-house using the Ceramill Motion 2.

The aesthetic demands in dentistry are increasing and more and more people are willing to invest in their dental health. This ensures unabated, continual and successful advances in implantology. But the price must be right - for end customers and laboratories. An ideal approach to providing both high standards and reasonable costs is the fabrication of customised titanium abutments in-house in the laboratory. What was previously only possible via industrial processing centres and large milling systems is now made possible by Amann Girrbach in the familiar high quality using the Ceramill Motion 2 and "rotational milling" technology.

In contrast to conventional milling in which the blank mainly remains in a static position, during so-called "multipass milling" in the wet mode the blank rotates continuously around its own axis. This not only reduces the travel paths of the cutter but also provides for uniformly homogeneous material removal and surfaces with both a precise and smooth finish. The user benefits with full value creation from an increase in precision and savings in time.

Only a special adapter, available from Amann Girrbach, is required to upgrade already installed Ceramill Motion 2 machines.

Amann Girrbach has developed a hybrid dental CNC system with the Ceramill Motion 2, which combines milling and grinding technology in the wet and dry mode. This enables dental and practice laboratories to cover an extremely wide range of digital framework fabrication. The attractive price positioning coupled with the wide range of indications, including the dry millable sinter metal Ceramill Sintron, enables every laboratory, regardless of size and orientation, to amortise the system in minimal time. While the 4-axis entry-level model of the Ceramill Motion 2 suits all users who do not require all the degrees of freedom of the tool, the additional axis of the 5X version creates greater mobility which is particularly beneficial with future or special ranges of indications (model milling, full-denture prosthetics, occlusally screw-retained bridges, splints etc).

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