Recently I was thinking about some of the early CAD CAM equipment I purchased for my lab. In 2001, state-of-the-art equipment was expensive, really slow, difficult to work with and CAD that really made analog more viable. However in 2001, CAD CAM solutions enabled the manufacturing of a new class of super strong ceramics, zirconia. This single ceramic advancement made CAD CAM viable in spite of all the shortcomings.
A decade later, equipment because easier to use, prices came down and CAD became intuitive. Today, many companies in our industry manufacturing CAD CAM are producing 3rd and 4th generation products. Taking market feedback and building better equipment for less money, I would suggest that there has never been a better time to invest in yourself. Zahn Dental – CAP have year-end trade-in trade and trade up promotions. When packaged with Section 179 tax code, savings on many of these new devices, under the right circumstance, can result in a full return on the investment in 6 to 12 months.
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