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Here we will talk about what is a CAD-CAM

system, How many there are? what materials exist?

, brands, models and products.

CAD-CAM is an acronym that match "Computer-Aided Design" and

"Computer-Aided Manufacturing", which
mean "computer-aided design" and "computer-aided
CAD / CAM, a process that uses computers or computers to
enhance the production, development and product design. These
can be made faster, more accurately at a reasonable price, with
the appropriate application of information technology. Systems
computer-aided design (CAD stands for Computer Aided Design)
can be used to generate models onc many if not all, of the
characteristics of a product.

CAD and CAM are acronyms. CAD stands for Computer-Aided Design and
CAM stands for Computer-Aided Manufacturing. These two systems work
together to design a product and then manufacture it. The term CAD/NC
(number controlled) is also used as an equivalent in some industries, which
goes back to history of computer assisted manufacturing machines. In the
1950s paper rolls with holes punched in them fed the manufacturing
machines. These holes represented numbers and letters that gave the
dimensions of the item being manufactured to the machine. This process has
been updated with CAD/CAM. The designer uses the CAD program to
create precise images of the product to be manufactured. The CAD
software feeds these designs to the CAM program. The CAM program uses
these designs to determine the physical shape of the product and creates
instructions for the manufacturing machines.

CAD programs were created to help designers by reducing the time

necessary to design a product to a fraction of what it used to be.
Instead of working with pencil and paper to create blueprints, all of
the drafting is done in the computer, reducing the time requirement.
Furthermore, any revisions are done in the program and so do not
require starting a new blueprint from scratch. The design is not only
created in two dimensions, but in three dimensions and can include
material properties. The program can then render the design,
showing the designer what the product will look like. Some CAD
programs can also be used to test the design for flaws. The designer
than exports the CAD design into a file that can be read by the CAM
The CAM software takes the file from CAD and uses it to generate
the manufacturing processes. This allows for a faster production
process with more precision and greater consistency than traditional
methods. The CAM software then generates a program in G-code, a
simple software language, which is fed to the manufacturing

Figure 2). CROWN METAL: The alloy is cobalt chrome

work, suitable for subsequent work. They can be scanned
as with cad-cam systems or cast in the laboratory.
Ceramic crowns: The materials we work with are
aluminum oxide or zirconium with cad-cam systems and
type in alumina-cream made i n the laboratory that
provide a great aesthetic solution especially in the
FIGURE 3) BRIDGE WITH METAL: For this type of work using the
same methods as for crowns and can be made of the same
materials. Can be made with chrome-cobalt, scanning with
cad-cam systems and cast in the laboratory.
NO METAL BRIDGES: The material used is zirconium because of its
hardness and biocompatibility.

Figure 3) bolts

Figure 4)

The materials most used with this technology

are alumina, titanium and zirconium. vitrified
Acrylic polymers, castable without waste
Polymer composite for crowns
The latest addition to the laboratory technology is the acquisition of two ovens (one warm and one
injection) for use of the ingot of GC with which you can make crowns, bridges, veneers and pure
ceramic veneers.

Figure 7. Structure
pre-milled alumina sintered

Figure 9. The bridge ceramic

coated and finished

Figure 8. Vision mirror flow and structure

of alumina sintered and infiltrated

Existing materials to create structures through CAD-CAM technology are:

1.xido zirconium, pre-sintered or pre-sintered
Alumina 2.xido
3.Titanio milling
Sintered cobalt 4.Cromo
5.Cermica reinforced
Infiltration ceramics: zirconia, alumina, espinell
feldspathic ceramics
Lithium disilicate ceramics

Dental system 3d
Shape 2013
Due for release later in the year, Dental SystemTM 2013 features new indications and workflows to cover all major dental
indications. New features include Denture Design, including a Gingiva Creation tool; Implant planning and drill guide design;
The RealView EngineTM which lets technicians visualize the complete oral situation in realistic shades while they work; Post
and Core, which allows users to design all layers in a single workflow; telescopic crowns; fully-digital implant bridges; the
option to transfer patient-specific jaw motions from an electronic facebow into the Virtual Articulator; and more.

The Straumann CARES System 7.0 open standard software platform provides
technicians with a validated internal workflow with output to the company's
centralized production facility as well as an external workflow and full flexibility to
import multiple data sources and export open STL files to multiple production
channels. The my.Straumann CARES desktop features a series of user-friendly
apps to guide the technician through the digital solution of choice.

exocad America, Inc
A simple, economical and robust CAD software solution, exocad allows design of full crown and bridge,
custom abutments, and custom bars with dynamic virtual articulation, TruSmile and DICOM viewer
capabilities. The software supports more than 20 different scanners along with major CAM systems and
fabrication devices. It can be private labeled to medium to large labs or milling centers, and smaller labs
can find the software behind CAD/CAM systems from Zirkonzahn, Amann Girrbach, Origin and other

DentaLogic 2.0 software is now available for the E4D Dentist CAD/CAM system.
The software is designed to offer more accurate virtual model representations
, increased performance and expanded material selection.
The proprietary ICE (ICEverythingTM ) view has been enhanced with ICE SpotlightTM
said to provide more accurate margin detection
. The software also opens the E4D SkyTM
Network in beta format, which allows transfer of data to design services,
dental laboratories or open file format solutions
(.stl), via DDX, Henry Schein's Digital Dental Exchange and web communication portal.

CAD/CAM CEREC Software 4.0 is a major re-engineering of the platform,

which is said to derive the full potential of the
CEREC AC Acquisition unit and Bluecam imaging technology.
Enhancements include: multiple restoration design;
the ability to work direct on the tooth; intuitive workflow; and streamlined restoration design.

-Dental CADCAM Suite

-Delcam Healthcare Solutions
Designed as a complete, open system, our latest CAD/CAM software suite adds high accuracy
scanning & design of implants; high-precision, multi-axis milling of customized abutments,
implant bridges and dental bars; and a management system to track every stage of your process.
Our new range of scan adaptors, which are compatible with leading dental implants allow you
to accurately capture implant data together with the shape of the remaining teeth. Our open solution is available
as a package or as separate software modules, allowing you to choose the right tools for your business

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