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inLab MC XL

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CAD/CAM milling machine CAD/CAM milling machine - inLab MC XL
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Characteristics

  • Type:

    CAD/CAM

  • Applications:

    for dental laboratories

  • Designed for:

    ZrO2

  • Number of axes:

    4-axis

  • Other characteristics:

    benchtop, wet machining

Description

Flexible and efficient
inLab MC XL is the fast wet milling and grinding unit with many production options for your dental laboratory. You benefit from high speed and precision and can switch from grinding to milling in just a few steps. The large selection of materials and many uses give you particularly flexible and efficient production options.

inLab high-speed grinding
Glass- and hybrid ceramic restorations can be produced at a previously unachievable speed with simultaneous double four-axis processing. A fully contoured Celtra Duo crown takes less than 10 minutes. This is a key success factor for potential new business models that can call for providing digital impression orders within an hour.Precision processing
The inLab MC XL is characterized by precise wet machining. Especially when processing glass ceramics, the grinders used can be as small as 0.6 mm — for restorations with maximum detail in the occlusal and interproximal areas and at the preparation margin.Wide selection of materials
As with all CAD/CAM production units from Dentsply Sirona, inLab MC XL lets you benefit from a the large selection of materials. Dentsply Sirona CAD/CAM materials and those of our material partners are optimally adapted for high-speed processing.Open for imported STL restoration data
inLab MC XL produces restorations perfectly in tune with the inLab CAD SW. Alternatively, you can import restorations in STL/XML format from other CAD software such as exocad®, 3Shape®, etc.Our order services are available exclusively to authorized dealers from Monday to Thursday from 7.30 a.m. to 5.30 p.m., Friday from 7:30 a.m. to 3:00 p.m. (CEST).