C6 – THE ULTIMATE DESK TOP CAD-CAM

Dental Machine C6
The Ultimate Solution

C6 is the “medium size” milling machine by Dental Machine, specifically developed for dental labs or dental clinics, which need an extended usage of CAD-CAM technology and an important return on the investment.

C6 is a table-top, 5-axis, numerically controlled milling/grinding machine, which is  very easy to use with 5 axes interpolated continuously. It can mill almost any dental item (crown, bridges, models, full dentures, etc.) in any material (wax, PMMA, PEEK, other resins, composites, zirconia, aluminium, titanium, Co-Cr, etc.) or grind materials such as ceramics, lithium disilicate, etc., both wet and dry.

Zirconia
Various Resins
Aluminium, Titanium, Co-Cr
PMMA

C6 – Technical specifications

Open System

Use of standard STL files in input for the maximum compatibility with other components of the system. No constraint to use our materials / tools and no mandatory yearly softare updating: it will work forever even if not updated. And you can also choose the colour (RAL table or carbon fibre).

5 Axes in Continuous

5 axes managed in continuous are needed for modern implantology, which places implants in the optimum position and optimum angle, with no restriction. For simpler jobs, the 5 axes are often useful to reduce the blank thickness (less time and less consumption of materials and tools).

Wide Tools Selection and Great Precision

Zero backlash epicycoidal gearboxes on the 2 rotary axes and linear guides with magnetic encoders on the 3 linear axes.

High Power Spindle

The HF Jaeger 3.2 kW Z-62 spindle – with external cooling (included) – can operate up to 60.000 rpm, yet it shows a very high torque at very low rpm: the ideal to mill hard material, such as Titanium and Cobalt-Chrome alloys.

Technical Specifications Unique

Size660 (L) x 1000 (P) x 950 (H) mm
Weight230 Kg (507 lb)
Number of tools on board 16÷18
Eletrospindle3.2 kW- Up to 60,000 rpm
Tilt angleA = ±30° C = 360°
Blankdiameter = 98,5 mm with border
thickness = 10÷30 mm
Tool legth measure ± 0,001 mm (1 μ)
Tool length37 – 50 mm
Tool breakage check automatic
Power supply (single phase) 220÷240 V; 50÷60 Hz
Air7 atm (external) – 150 lt/min
MotorsBrushless with encoder
Noise level˂ 60 dB
Drive precision: linear axes ± 0,001 mm (1 μ)
Drive precision: rotary axes ± 0,0008 rad
Duplicated tool management included
Aspiration drive (external) automatic
Driving devicelocal PC/tablet – remote PC/tablet – smartphone

C6: EASY TO USE

TECHNOLOGY

60.000 rpm electro-spindle with electronic control. Both wet and dry milling. Quick insertion holder for standard 98.5 mm blanks with step; on request, equipment for pre-milled abutments and hard blocks (disilicate, ceramic, ect.). Connection to external suction system, turned on automatically when needed. Machine status shown by coloured lights. Bus based on CANopen technology to provide maximum reliability.

THE CAM SOFTWARE

The multilingual CAM software supplied with the milling machine is perfectly integrated with major dental CADs and very easy to use. With a click, you can perform thickness optimisation, automatic positioning on the blank (new or used), acceptance of proposed pinning, checking for collision, ect. The software includes milling strategies for most materials used in the dental sector.

Remote control and maintenance by PC/tablet/Smartphone thanks to DM Cloud platform (free).

CUSTOMER SUPPORT

In addition to the ease of use and careful training, Dental Machine offers the most important item in the dental CAD CAM: a careful and customised support – even out of standard working hours – to his clients to help them change from traditional technology to CAD CAM. Ethernet / Wi-Fi Connection for remote support.

The support starts just from your order, since you can customise the machine according to your preferred colour (Ral Scale) or image.

C6 is the ultimate desktop milling machine

Why 5 axes

Modern oral implantology places the implants in optimum position and at the optimum angle for each specific implant. Thus the manufacture of the prosthesis needs a 5-axis machining; better if the axes have a simultaneous movement.
However, 5 axes are useful on traditional jobs to place the prosthesis to be milled in the disc, minimizing its thickness (higher speeds, lower consumption of materials and less tool wear). The lower cost of a 4-axis machine does not justify its limits; thus Dental Machine stopped manufacturing 4-axis machines some years ago.