FAQ

Q1. What is the purpose of InCadCam Solution?

A1. The InCadCam Solution allows the customer to mill cases directly over implant. The connection and screw channel will be milled with straight rotos, ensuring a better fitting.

 

Q2. Which software and milling machine is the InCadCam Solution compatible with?

A2.

Software: Ceramill Match 2

Milling machine: Amann Girrbach's Motion 1, Motion 2, Mikro and Matik.

 

Q3. Do I need to buy physical scanbodies?

A3. No. You just need to buy the 3D scanbody data and then mill it in your milling machine.

 

Q4. Which material can I use to mill the scanbody?

A4. We recommend milling in PEEK. It's also possible to mill in Sintron but it's necessary to apply an opaque spray for scanning.

 

Q5. Which position in the tool holder must I use the new flat milling cutters?

A5. It depends on the milling machine you have.

Motion 1, Motion 2 and Mikro 4x:

  - 0,6mm ST on T4

  - 1,2mm ST or 1,5mm (for angled channels) on T5

  - 0,3mm HD on T6

 

Mikro 5x

  - 0,3mm HD on T4

  - 0,6mm ST on T5

  - 1,2mm ST on T6

  - 1,5mm (for angled channels) on T7

 

Q6. Which materials can I mill using the new flat milling cutters?

A6. It is recommended to use Sintron, Zirconia, PEEK and Wax.

 

Q7. What is the meaning of Ti-Connect, Interface and Interface HD?

A7. When the InCadCam solution is installed you will see a drop box with Ti-Connect, Interface and Interface HD. 

       - Ti-Connect is the standard strategy from the Match 2 software. 

       - Interface activates the flat milling cutters 0,6mm ST and 1,2mm ST in the CAM calculation.

       - Interface HD activates the flat milling cutters and also the 0,3mm HD for a high definition milling (recommended for

       external hexagon).

 

Q8. Could I use the flat milling cutters to mill copings or crowns?

A8. No. The flat milling rotos are used only for abutments. It is recommended to remove the flat milling rotos from the tool holder when milling coppings, crowns, inlays, veneers, etc.