exocad parameters

Discussion in 'exocad' started by EduArozena, Jan 26, 2018.

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  1. EduArozena

    EduArozena New Member

    Hello experts, does anybody have a list of parameters for materials in exocad? I think it would be helpful to mill and achieve best milling acuracies and fitting. Thanks in advance.
     
  2. cadfan

    cadfan Moderator Staff Member

    @Scotty beam him up and make your promise true
     
  3. DMC

    DMC Scott Hudson

    Monday!
     
  4. EduArozena

    EduArozena New Member

    Looking forward to it. THANKS!!
     
  5. DMC

    DMC Scott Hudson

    OK, this is a sample of workparameters for the 2018

    Please copy/backup your original first!
     

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  6. EduArozena

    EduArozena New Member

    Thank you very much!!!
     
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  7. DMC

    DMC Scott Hudson

    We will have new version soon.

    Thank you
     
  8. nikifilev

    nikifilev New Member

    Hello guys, I'm new here I do not have much experience with Exocad , can you explain me how and where to upload the file with work parameters please ?
     
  9. DMC

    DMC Scott Hudson

    DentalDB\config

    Go into that folder.

    Remove or rename and save original first!
     
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  10. nikifilev

    nikifilev New Member

    is already done ! Thank you !!
     
  11. nikifilev

    nikifilev New Member

    Can anyone explain me - what exactly does it represent Anticipate milling in Crown bottoms panel ?What is the impact of different values on accuracy ?Do the diameters of the milling tool be considered ?For different materials different values need to be set?
     
  12. leshi

    leshi Well-Known Member

    This means that for example you have a minimum of 1 mm tool. In this case, the bottleneck, where the 1 mm tool does not fit, will be widened to this size. I recommend adding 0.1mm to your minimal tool. Look how it looks on the front teeth. They usually have a narrow space.

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  13. nikifilev

    nikifilev New Member

    So if my min. diam. milling tool 0.6 mm - i must put value 0.7 mm right? And does it matter, for example, the shape of the tool head - round or flat ? Or coating - standard or diamond ?
     
  14. cadfan

    cadfan Moderator Staff Member

    2018-02-01_00002-001_DentalCadScreenshot.png
     
    Last edited: Feb 1, 2018
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  15. Guile

    Guile Active Member

    Ivoclar's materials param chart for Exocad
     

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  16. DMC

    DMC Scott Hudson

    For zirconia we always have milling diameter 0.8 - 0.85mm

    You will be machining inside of crown with 1mm.

    The cam will enlarge or scale your cad file 25% so now the 0.8 is more like 1mm
     
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  17. DMC

    DMC Scott Hudson

    For wax pmma we machine 1:1 scale

    So we use 1.0 or 1.05 milling compensation
     
  18. DMC

    DMC Scott Hudson

    I never see people use 0.6 on inside of tooth.

    The tool reach is not long and there is no reason to use it internally
     
  19. cadfan

    cadfan Moderator Staff Member

    the master uses 0.6 inside residual . i hate blown up edges
     
  20. leshi

    leshi Well-Known Member

    For Cobalt Chrome better use 1.5. This helps to fight the flexibility of tool and reduces the chance of tool breakage.
     
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