New RAYMILL C Chairside Milling Machine Designed for Speed and Precision


Ray America’s latest launch is described as easy to use and said to deliver great-fitting prosthetics quickly.

New RAYMILL C Chairside Milling Machine Designed for Speed and Precision | Image Credit: © Ray America

New RAYMILL C Chairside Milling Machine Designed for Speed and Precision | Image Credit: © Ray America

Designed for same-day ceramic restorations, the new RAYMILL C chairside milling machine from Ray America features advanced grinding capabilities to address various indications. Boasting the latest in cutting-edge technology and a compact design, the mill is designed for both efficiency and precision. Its advanced dual grinding technology is said to produce top-quality patient fittings quickly. Described as easy to operate by any dental staff member, the RAYMILL C can go anywhere in the practice due to its compact size and quietness (it does not require a separate compressor or direct water supply connection). The device uses a high-frequency spindle 60,000 rpm grinding tech for accurate results within 10 microns during repeated processing. With a diamond-coated cuttable material that provides optimal grinding performance, the milling machine is said to be ideal for thin veneer processing.

It is 25% faster than its predecessor to allow for quicker and more efficient production. Additionally, it can produce glass and hybrid ceramics simultaneously using dual 4-axis machining in less than 18 minutes, Ray America states. The intuitive user interface simplifies workflow for users, who are guided step-by-step through maintenance procedures and tool management. Another benefit of the machine is its Status Check Function, a display with updates on replacement and function for bur, water and filter. The RAYMILL C is designed to deliver a natural-looking prosthetic in 60 minutes or less, from the scan, to design, milling, post-processing and then the seating.

The company’s product offerings include a variety of digital dentistry solutions including scanners, CAD design, CBCT imaging, the RAYDENT Studio 3D printer, and now its latest milling machine.

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