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Available as a MillBox module, Make&Mill allows the user, within one application, two technologies: the additive and subtractive technique. Creating the object with additive technology, sintered metal or resin, the Make&Mill solution allows the user to take up work again to the milling object. The benefit is double: the additive technology ensures lower cost and commitment of the operators, while the subtractive technology brings precision finishing to the surfaces of the restorations.

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Using Implant Editor, you can create custom implant-connection geometries on Rhinoceros 6 with our plug-in, MillBox Implant Editor. This tool simplifies the CAD design by handling for you the 3D shapes (e.g. cone, truncated cone, cylinder, chamfered cylinder, trilobal, and so on) and operations (e.g. boolean subtraction, boolean union, edge filletting) that are the most common when designing implant connections.

MillBox Implant Editor also supports additive technologies by providing you with with a simple way to create a sintering protection for each connection. To help you getting started quickly, we kept the sintering-protection workflow just the same as the connection workflow. With MillBox Implant Editor, you can design optimized protections for your connections to reduce both milling times and tool wear.

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The TCC-Mill process is a very innovative solution for milling primary and secondary crowns simultaneously.
Primary and secondary part are imported into the preset MillBox and calculated.

The primary crown and secondary parts are completely milled and held in the blank by the “egg shell” at the edge and fixed with hot glue, plastic, etc.

Thanks to this plastic support, a perfect primary crown can be produced with this process.

The plastic is filled in liquid only on the primary side and then released with a milling operation.

The parameters in the CAD software must be preset. For the TCC mill strategy, the values are also fixed. If the workpiece is too tight due to tool wear, you can remill it.

The secondary parts also sit in the same blank after milling and are re-milled or separated after checking the friction.

Mr. Risch developed and tested a basic strategy. This strategy can be individually adapted for the user.

The TCC Mill Tool is an additional add on for Millbox.

This tool will save milling time and reduce unit costs.