Introducing the DWX-4W, the latest in Roland technology that goes beyond dry milling to quickly and easily wet mill popular glass ceramic and composite resins with precision and reliability. The DWX-4W wet mill cuts precision crowns, bridges, inlays and onlays, and veneers. Simultaneous 4-axis milling and other special features provide unattended milling. Up to three standard pin-type blocks can be loaded for increased efficiency. In addition to milling on X, Y and Z axes, the DWX-4W rotates pin-type blocks 360 degrees on a fourth axis (A axis) to support undercuts. The ball screw-driven 4-axis control allows for smooth, high-precision machining. The DWX-4W’s high-performance 60,000 RPM Jaeger spindle supports precision milling of glass ceramic and composite resin. With its multi-pin clamp, the DWX-4W can mill up to three different pin-type materials continuously in one operation. As a result, prosthetics for up to three different patients can be produced in a single production run, saving time, labor and costs.