JH Dental Lab is a company that specializes in implant dentistry. It also manufactures Zirconia crowns and bridges. The company uses Asiga Max UV and Form 3B printers to create these products. It also uses Zirkonzahn units to mill materials. It has 6 months of experience as an Owner.

JH Dental Lab is a specialist in implant dentistry

JH Dental Lab is a specialist in all aspects of implant dentistry. They design and fabricate custom abutments that fit your implants perfectly every time. They use the latest CAD/CAM technology, including Exocad and 3Shape. They also provide complete in-house dental lab services.Read about more on jhdentallab.com.

Zirconia lab has over 25 years of experience and utilizes state-of-the-art technology. They manufacture zirconia crowns, bridges, and E-max inlays and veneers. They use CAD/CAM software to design and mill zirconia dental restorations.

It uses Asiga Max UV and Form 3B printers for 3D printing

Featuring a fast build time and high accuracy, the Asiga Max UV 3D printer is the benchmark for dental 3D printing. This printer is compatible with more than 350 different materials, enabling it to produce any type of dental appliance. Its small footprint and advanced technology make it ideal for dental laboratories. With 62 um print precision, this printer allows for the production of a wide variety of indications in-house. It also uses a unique SPS (Sound Process System) process to ensure that every layer is precisely the correct thickness.

The 3D printed inserts were designed for use in tissue-culture-treated well plates. To create the inserts, Fusion 360 software was used to design the structure. External supports were then added to the file for printing. The print files were then processed with Formlabs PreForm software. The printer used the Dental LT v1 resin and a layer thickness of 0.1 mm. After printing, the inserts were cleaned in isopropyl alcohol tanks.

It uses Zirkonzahn units for milling of materials

The Zirkonzahn units are used to mill materials and 3D print parts. Using CAD software, the lab creates a virtual model of the specimen to be milled. In one study, the Zirkonzahn units milled two distinct crowns made of Y-TZP and acrylic resin. In the case of one of the crowns, two flat sides were parallel to the occlusal plane. The central sulcus was located in the plane perpendicular to the long axis of the crown.

The lab utilizes the latest technologies to mill zirconia crowns, bridges, and E-max inlays. Its equipment also includes the multi-layered Zirconia method and CAD/CAM software to mill zirconia.

The Zirkonzahn Compact Line Milling Unit M1 Wet Heavy Metal is available in several models to meet the needs and budget of dental laboratories. It features intelligent five-axis simultaneous milling and orbit technology for complete versatility. It can mill both hard and soft materials.

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