Amann Girrbach’s new milling unit to improve the digitisation of dentures

Amann Girrbach has released the new Ceramill Motion 3, an intelligent hybrid machine designed to make fabricating dentures even more convenient and, in particular, more digital. At the same time, users benefit from a variety of materials and indications as well as the company’s high fabrication quality.

The Ceramill Motion 3 is designed for wet and dry operation. The five-axis milling machine operates autonomously and can therefore manufacture unsupervised during night-time or on weekends when connected to the AG-Live platform. Users have the possibility of accessing the intelligent hybrid machine remotely, to receive orders safely and quickly, as well as to monitor everything related to production and customer service. Additionally, the integrated analysis functions allow workflows in the laboratory to be analysed and optimised on an ongoing basis.

Guided computer-aided design (CAD) / computer-aided manufacturing (CAM) production and maintenance, an intuitive human machine interface (HMI), as well as integrated radio frequency identification (RFID) tools and holders ensure process reliability and facilitate the handling of tools and consumables. Innovative sculpturing technologies (C-Clamp) allow fissures to be milled into the front surface of the restoration with the Ceramill Motion 3.

“The machine thus meets the needs of both the dental technician as well as the laboratory manager and marks a milestone in the digitization of dentures,” said Nikolaus Johannson, head of the global business unit lab CAD/CAM at Amann Girrbach.