Top 3 milling machines from VHF

In order to obtain the best results in the dental laboratory, you need quality products from recognized manufacturers on the market. When compromise occurs, there is a risk that the results will not be exactly what you want, and that additional costs will be the order of the day. We have tried these 3 types of VHF milling machines and we recommend them to specialists in the field.

 

VHF is one of the largest milling machine manufacturers in the world and market leaders, offering quality assurance for any product in any range. All products are made in Germany and are harmonized to meet the highest standards.

 

Ergonomic design and innovative features are the main two reasons that led us to use these products in our dental laboratory. Here's what we recommend these products!

 

Impression K5 VHF milling machine

One of the milling machines that has the most diverse range of prosthetic indications, and can be used in cases of:

  • educed and anatomical crowns and bridges
  • inlays and onlays
  • abutment sites
  • telescopic crowns
  • dental veneers
  • table tops, splints, implants bars
  • surgical guides
  • mobilizable prostheses
     

The machine has 5 simultaneous axes (3 linear and 2 rotational) and an incredibly stable construction, which optimizes working times and guarantees extraordinary results. The Impression K5 VHF milling machine has DENTAL CAM 7 software included in the price and a speed of 60,000 RPM, which again leads to obtaining the finished product in a shorter time than other similar products. It is only recommended for dry milling, not wet.

 

 

Impression S5 VHF milling machine

One of the best choices a dental technician can make is because the VHF Impressions S5 milling machine is one of the best performing machines with the best value for money on the market. The biggest advantage of the VHF Impression S5 is that it has an automatic exchanger for 8 blanks, which considerably increases the obtained efficiency.

 

The effort is almost minimal, because the three integrated ionizers impeccably clean the milling chamber of all residue particles. The milling precision is very high, the accuracy being 3 microns. VHF Impression S5 can process a wide range of materials, making it perfect for a larger capacity lab or a lab that has a lot of demands. It optimizes to the maximum the working / production times and the special characteristics it has eliminates any risk.

 

Impression K4 Edition VHF milling machine

What does she recommend? First of all, the rigid and solid construction, which makes it perfect for milling hard alloys, such as Co-Cr. The compact design makes it easy to use and the weight is much lower than in the case of the VHF Impression K5 and VHF Impression S5 milling machine. The results obtained are always the desired ones, even for the most demanding or perfectionist specialist.

 

VHF Impression K4 Edition is suitable for low and anatomical crowns and bridges, inlays, onlays, abutments, telescopic crowns and backgammon tops. DENTAL CAM 7 software is included with the purchase of this type of product.

 

Regardless of the milling machine I used (of the 3 presented), the results were always as expected. It is very important that the milling machines are chosen according to the capacity and the existing demand at the level of the dental laboratory.