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UP3D Launches P55D Dry Milling Machine


With precision, versatile material compatibility, and intelligent remote operation, the P55D from UP3D aims to enhance productivity, efficiency, and creativity for dental labs and practices.

UP3D Launches P55D Dry Milling Machine. Image credit: © UP3D

UP3D Launches P55D Dry Milling Machine. Image credit: © UP3D

Digital dentistry company, UP3D has unveiled its latest innovation: the P55D high-end dry milling machine. Various features are combined in this dry milling machine that aim to make dry milling more efficient. This device integrates precision servo control and all-weather stable production technology, promising 24-hour efficient continuous milling for dental professionals, according to UP3D.

P55D contains a high-speed electric spindle, which when combined with an air-free design, ensures plug-and-play operation without the need for peripheral configuration. This spindle enables up to 60,000 rpm, making it well-suited for hard materials, per the company.

Added to this, P55D reportedly accommodates a diverse array of materials including zirconia, wax, PMMA, PEEK, composite resin, and soft metals. This versatility, catering to both disc and block specifications, aims to empower dental practitioners with customized solutions to enhance production efficiency. Remote control capabilities are another highlight, facilitated by Millmind software. Intelligent milling alerts and tool life monitoring minimize downtime, maximizing productivity and efficiency.

Structural optimization and an integrated dustproof design are said to significantly reduce maintenance requirements, extending the machine's service life. The larger milling chamber further enhances work efficiency, providing operators with added space for material installation and removal.

This 5-axis machine is indicated for a variety of applications, including inlays, crowns, veneers, and more. To learn more about the P55D, visit the website here.

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