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Milling Machines Portfolio

Milling Machines Portfolio

We offer a variety of milling machines so that you can choose the best option for your dental laboratory:

Wet Milling vs. Dry Milling:

Depending on the material being used is what will distinguish between whether to use a wet milling machine or dry milling machine. When using a wet milling machine, liquid is used to keep the cutting tool and milling stock cool which in turn helps to remove the material from the milling disk or block. When using a dry milling machine, pressurized air and/or a vacuum are used instead.

Tabletop, Benchtop, and Standalone Milling Machines:

  • Tabletop mills are small milling machines that are easily transportable from station to station, configured to mill single-unit blocks that use belt-drives to move stock or milling spindle.
  • Benchtop mills are larger and heavier milling machines that use ball screws to move stock or milling spindle with standard automatic tool changers.
  • Standalone mills are the largest out of the 3 size variations as well as the most expensive that can mill the toughest of materials, run longer, and mill in larger stocks.


  1. What is a dental milling machine?
    A dental milling machine is used to cut crowns, bridges, inlays and onlays, veneers, dentures, frameworks, implant abutments, and more using certain materials like ceramics, zirconia, alloys, resins, titanium, PMMA, PEEK, wax, etc.
  2. What is the best dental milling machine?
    There are many different brands of dental milling machines with their own special features, so the only way to distinguish which dental milling machine is the best would be to research the features each you are interested may offer and see what would be best for your lab.

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