Today, digital dental technologies are transforming every aspect of the dental industry. The days of tedious, manual production of crowns, copings and bridges are fast disappearing. The latest technological advancements in scanning, CAD/CAM software and CNC milling allow digital dental labs to deliver custom production with speed and precision. Better fit and aesthetics promote patient satisfaction, while labs enjoy greater productivity with faster turnaround and optimal accuracy and repeatability.
The compact DWX-50 combines 5-axis simultaneous machining capability and a five-station automatic tool changer to deliver advanced features at a very affordable price point. Designed specifically for dental labs and technicians, the user-friendly DWX-50 allows for clean, quiet operation and the quality production of complex dental arches, abutments, bridges, copings and crowns from zirconia, wax, PMMA and composite resin. Equipped with an integrated air blower and dust collection system, the DWX-50 ensures protection of moving parts while maintaining a clean, safe environment. Built on open technology, the DWX-50 supports a wide range of industry standard CAD/CAM software and tools, allowing for easy integration with popular commercially available dental prosthetic production solutions.
Introducing the DWX-4W, the latest in Roland technology that goes beyond dry milling to quickly and easily wet mill popular glass ceramic and composite resins with precision and reliability.
The DWX-4W wet mill cuts precision crowns, bridges, inlays and onlays, and veneers. Simultaneous 4-axis milling and other special features provide unattended milling. Up to three standard pin-type blocks can be loaded for increased efficiency.
In addition to milling on X, Y and Z axes, the DWX-4W rotates pin-type blocks 360 degrees on a fourth axis (A axis) to support undercuts. The ball screw-driven 4-axis control allows for smooth, high-precision machining. The DWX-4W's high-performance 60,000 RPM Jaeger spindle supports precision milling of glass ceramic and composite resin.
With its multi-pin clamp, the DWX-4W can mill up to three different pin-type materials continuously in one operation. As a result, prosthetics for up to three different patients can be produced in a single production run, saving time, labor and costs.
The DWX-4W combines simultaneous 4-axis milling with simple one-button operation. A color-coded LED light signals machine status and alerts the operator of any errors or malfunction, which helps save time and materials and enables lab technicians to carry out the milling process with confidence. In addition, the DWX-4W features an automatic tool changer that changes grinding burrs as needed automatically without interrupting the production process for a high-efficiency workflow.
The DWX-4W wet mill is equipped to mill pin-type blocks, including glass ceramic and composite resin – acclaimed in the industry for their superior strength and aesthetics.
Materials can be finished with a short finishing time, dramatically reducing labor and production time.
The DWX-4W is designed so that even novice users can quickly set up and easily begin creating precision prosthetics the same day the machine arrives. The workflow is simple: after installing the material and milling tools into the machine, lab technicians use the Virtual Machine Panel (VPanel) to configure settings from their computer, then automatically send CAM data to the DWX-4W to begin production. Users receive e-mail notifications detailing any errors, or when milling is completed, while a color-coded LED light signals machine status and informs the user of current progress.
The DWX-4W is equipped with a fully integrated pump and coolant system. The coolant container slides in and out, making it exceptionally easy to replace the coolant on a regular basis. It also features an integrated water collection filtration system for maintaining a clean and efficient workspace.
Unlike traditional CNC mills, Roland has replaced the complex controls with a user-friendly Virtual Machine Panel (VPanel) which operates machine diagnostics and the calibration and milling processes from your computer desktop. The VPanel also tracks tool, collet and spindle time as well as overall machine time for maintenance purposes.
Highly scalable, the DWX-4W offers multicast capability that allows you to connect up to four Roland machines to one computer, making it easier than ever for dental labs to expand their businesses and increase their production capacity. The DWX-4W wet mill lets labs control the entire process in-house with a single software seat, maximizing your investment and resources.
Open architecture allows the DWX-4W to work with the latest materials and CAD/CAM software so you're never limited by older technology. If you already have a production solution, the DWX-4W works seamlessly with your existing scanner and compatible CAD/CAM software while eliminating the need to rely on a single source for materials. Compatible with RML-1 and NC code, the DWX-4W interfaces with your computer through a USB connector.
Roland milling machines combine unbeatable performance with legendary Roland reliability. As further proof of our unmatched reliability, Roland offers the best warranty and post sales support in the industry, including educational webinars and videos, online and telephone support, and certified service engineers to keep your DWX-4W running smoothly.