vhf in Beijing with five dental milling machines
Ammerbuch, May 28, 2019: vhf will present a broad portfolio of its dental milling machines to visitors at the Sino-Dental from June 9–12, in Beijing. The manufacturer offers a variety of suitable milling or grinding machines for the production of perfect dental restorations. With its attendance at the trade show, vhf wants to strengthen its presence on the Chinese market, which has experienced a sharp rise in demand for top dental products recently.
In Beijing, vhf will give an overview of its current four- and five-axis milling and grinding machines for both dry and wet machining at the German pavilion, booth E26 in hall 2/3. This includes the latest milling machine from vhf: the K5+, which is a new edition of the bestseller K5 equipped with many new user-friendly features. For instance, with DirectDiscTechnology, which allows blank clamping without tools, the machine can be loaded with nearly any material even more easily and quickly. Moreover, an integrated ionizer neutralizes the static charge of acrylic chips.
With the futuristic Z4, vhf offers a milling and grinding machine for block materials of all kinds that fits optimally into the digital workflow. Thanks to its simple operation, top-quality restorations can be produced in mere minutes. With these speeds, dentists can provide their patients with permanent and high-quality dental restorations in just one session.
The S2, a versatile five-axis milling machine with blank changer for eight blanks that offers reliable performance around the clock, will also be on display along with the N4 – a sophisticated four-axis wet processing machine that allows users to process up to three blocks simultaneously with maximum precision. The compact K4 edition rounds out the exhibition – offering excellent results for a variety of indications using circular blanks.
Frank Benzinger, CEO of vhf camfacture AG, is delighted to be so well represented at the leading Chinese trade show: “Each of our machines embodies maximum quality standards and stands for cutting-edge technology made in Germany. This puts us in an excellent position to serve the growing dental market in China and help meet the increased demand for high-quality restorations. We are convinced that we can successfully build on our strong international growth in Asia as well.”
As is typical for vhf, users benefit from an open system and have free choice with regard to components such as intraoral scanners and design software as well as the material to be processed.