The DWX-4W represents the latest in DWX technology, going beyond dry milling to quickly and easily wet mill popular glass ceramics and composite resin with the precision and reliability Roland DG products are known for. Compact and easy-to-use, it provides unattended wet milling of crowns, bridges, inlays, onlays and veneers.
The DWX-4W’s high-performance 60,000 RPM Jaeger DentaDrive spindle supports precision milling. It’s equipped to mill pin-type blocks, including glass ceramics and composite resin.
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 rigid ball screw-driven 4-axis control allows for smooth, high-precision machining. With its multi-pin clamp, it can mill up to three different pin-type materials continuously, enabling production of three different patient prosthetics in a single production run.
It also features an Automatic Tool Changer (ATC) that auto-changes grinding burs without interrupting the production process.
Purchase of the DWX-4W includes open-architecture CAM software that accepts all STL file types and supports the milling of relevant materials. This easy-to-use software features a user-friendly interface and simple workflow that promotes a short learning curve. Its features include automatic nesting and placement options to help maximize efficiency and pre-defined milling procedures for direct software-to-mill functionality without interruption during tool path calculation.