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Survive and Thrive Digital Forum dates announced

Issue 8

Whip Mix has announced it will be holding the third annual Survive or Thrive Digital Forum on October 2 and 3 in Louisville, Ken.

Whip Mix has announced it will be holding the third annual Survive or Thrive Digital Forum on October 2 and 3 in Louisville, Ken.

The Digital Forum is held to offer the opportunity for laboratories of all sizes to learn what it takes to transition into a digital-based laboratory and how to grow it while staying profitable. The program will feature well-known presenters, each with a wealth of experience and information.

Related: Whip Mix's plan to help labs meet digital demand.

According to one past attendee, the Survive or Thrive Forum can help labs navigate the digital workflow, no matter their experience level or technology investment level. “Even though our lab has been scanning and milling for years, I chose to attend the Whip Mix Digital Forum because you can never have enough information on digital products and techniques,” notes Gary Iocco, President, National Association of Dental Laboratories 2014 and of Dimension Dental Design, Hastings, MN, a Certified Dental Laboratory. “I learned that with the Roland DWX-50 mill I could more than pay for it in material savings alone when I compared it with the mill we were using at the time.

"The tips and techniques I learned at Whip Mix’s Forum were put to use immediately when I went back to our lab. In addition, it was an outstanding networking opportunity. The networking I did there is still helpful to me and our lab today. For these and many other reasons, I highly recommend visiting our friends in Kentucky¹s Digital Forum."

At the 2014 Surivive or Thrive Digital Forum, topics will include:

  • Transitioning a lab of any size into a digital one

  • Achieving ROI on new technology

  • How to incorporate Lean principles into your digital lab Lean

  • Scanning and designing dental restorations

  • Milling today’s restorative materials

  • 3D printing models and burnout patterns

  • And much more

In addition, several lab owners who have been through their own journeys into the digital space will share their personal experiences.

For more information about the Survive or Thrive Digital Forum, or to pre-register visit whipmix.com or call 800.626.5651.

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