PREMIUM+ Wet grinding 4 axis

Premium+ is a compact 4 axis wet grinding machine without an external unit for grinding respectively milling blocks of glass ceramics, zirconium oxide and composites as well as titanium abutments.

  • Manual exchange of  workpieces
  • Integrated cooling liquid system (pump & filter included)
  • No vaccum needed

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Fields of application Wet grinding
Dimensions 360 x 451 x 471 mm
Weight ±50 kg
Automatic Tool Changer 8 tools
Machinable materials Premilled - Nanoceramic - Feldspath - Zirconia - PMMA - Lithium Disilicate - Lithium silicate - castable resin
File Format STL
No. of axes 4
Rotation Speed Up to 80 000 RPM
Positioning Range 80 x 60 x 40 mm (x/y/z)
Repetition accuracy ± 0,003 mm
Air Consumption Approx. 35 l/min to 4 bars
Integrated service webcam ✔︎
Work on up to 3 blocks

Exceptional precision

  • Restorations in ultra HD
  • Premium spindle with 4-fold hybrid ceramic ball bearings for maximum running smoothness
  • 3 microns repetition accuracy

Sophisticated design

  • Eight fluid nozzles for even tool cooling
  • Highest rotational speeds of up to 80,000 RPM with 800 watts of power 
  • Heavy industrial quality

Absolute independence

  • 38 block materials from 20 manufacturers - and growing
  • 1,300+ titanium and CoCr prefabricated abutment blanks from 11 manufacturers
  • Ideal for labs and in-office labs

University validated results

Researchers at University of Washington confirmed exceptional precision of –10 μm and +26 μm with milling of titanium custom abutments

Maximum economy

  • Work on up to 3 blocks with 45 mm length at the same time
  • Automatic changer for 8 tools
  • Webcam in working chamber for remote monitoring
  • Ethernet interface for stable connection
  • Removable coolant tank
  • DentalCAM software with DirectMill function - included in scope of delivery and without license fees

Milling software - DentalCAM

  • High-performance software package with open STL import for all common CAD programs
  • Optimized CAM strategies for the fastest possible machining