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Introducing WeTeamUp – Powered by Sierra Dental Tool

WeTeamUp is an educational and tech support resource powered by Sierra Dental Tool    Right to the point: Why should you subscribe to our blog?   Knowledge is power. At Sierra Dental Tool, we believe in empowering you. We want to scale-up our ability…
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Anatomy of a Tool: Understand the Parts

In this post, we’ll give you a top-down view of the parts of a tool. If you know the basic parts of the tool and understand some of the design variables, you can understand what you’re buying and make your dollars go further. Overall Length: …
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Runout: Is it Chipping Away at Your Productivity?

In this post, we’re going to outline what runout is and what you can do to avoid it. Runout is one of the most significant sources of milling problems in the dental lab. If you have ever had abnormal tool wear or strange breakages you…
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The Hidden Cost of Low-Priced Tools

  The tooling that you select to support your CadCam workflow should be considered carefully. Tools weigh heavily on the quality and efficiency of your production process. It’s surprising that many labs don’t consider their tooling options thoroughly. In this post, we’re going to cover…
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Cleaning Milling Tools

   Should I clean my milling tools? In order for a tool to work at its peak efficiency, it needs to be clean. This is because as the tool cuts it makes a small chunk of material each time it spins around. When that…
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Tools Have Feelings too: Some Best Practices for Tool Care

In this post, we’ll go over a few best practices for tool care. The dental lab can be a harsh environment. There’s always a lot going on, and it’s easy to lose track of things. When it comes to tools you need them to be…
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