Milling Flexible Partials – Expert Discussion for Quality Results

Jeff Youngerman, CDT, Key Account Manager for Zahn Dental and Kris Schermerhorn, CDT, Owner of Northern Virginia Dental Lab navigate through the digital workflow, discussing the equipment and materials needed in order to produce accurate, strong, and aesthetically pleasing removable appliances. Panel of experts include: – Carl Horrocks from 3Shape discussing the latest software updates in the 2020 Design Studio – Mike Webb from CIMSystems reviewing the new refinement features and tools in Millbox – Greg Everett from Sierra Tooling emphasizing the importance of having a quality tool on your side – Ian O’Neill from Roland DGShape discussing why it is important to choose an accurate and reliable milling machine


Quality Milling Tools: A Deep Dive into your Foundation of your Digital Workflow

In this webinar, Greg Everett from Sierra Dental Tool takes a deep dive into the foundation of your digital workflow. Explore the role of milling tools in the modern dental lab, how they affect your production, and most importantly – your bottom line. He explains how industrial tooling theory applies to the dental lab, how to identify common milling issues, and then breaks down the importance of using quality tooling in the lab. If you’re milling in your lab, this webinar is a must.



Now available on demand! Greg Everett, Vice President of Operations, Sierra Dental Tool explores the role of milling…

Posted by Zahn Dental on Wednesday, May 13, 2020

MillBox Experts – Round Table Discussion

In case you missed the live broadcast, check out the recording of the recent round table discussion we had with our friends over at CimSytstem!

“During this session, we cover some of the common support issues that come up in Dental CAD/CAM and some of the best ways to narrow down and solve them. We’ll also be discussing some key tools that are already available in MillBox that can help with common issues as well as upcoming updates that will make your MillBox CAM more flexible.”