Perfect. Premiere. DATRON introduces new compact dental milling machine at night at Senckenberg Natural History Museum
Wed, February 11, 2015
Category: News, Press-Release, Dental
About 140 excited dental experts put the D1 pure to the test at pre-launch event
Last Saturday DATRON AG presented its new D1 pure desktop dental milling machine to an exclusive audience in an unconventional nightly preview at the Senckenberg Museum in Frankfurt. To hot beats, situated between Triceratops and T-Rex dinosaurs and until well after midnight customers and prospects could take a close look at and try out the new chic D1 pure before the official world presentation at the International Dental Show (IDS) in early March 2015 in Cologne.
In an entertaining presentation DATRON dental experts gave the areas of product management and tool sales informative insights into the use and benefits of the brand new extremely compact dental milling machine D1 pure, the new DATRON Dent discs dental materials (milling blanks for all indications) and milling tools. As was evident in the live demos, the use of the D1 pure requires little explanation ahead. The reason for the short learning phase is in the target group-oriented product concept.
The pure D1 has been specially developed for the machining of soft materials in small laboratories and for dentists with a lab, who are new to CAD/CAM technology. The completely-happy-package called “Comfort” includes the D1 pure machine, the CAM including 30 pre-configured milling templates and an automatic suction system. The pure D1 is intuitively and extremely easy to use. "Connect, switch on, start milling and be pleased with accurate results" is the motto here. In addition, the new compact DATRON dental solution offers an attractive investment alternative to comparable desktop dental systems on the market.
The Saturday event met all expectations of DATRON AG. Alexander Heeg, head of the Dental branch and Michael Daniel, Chief Financial Officer of the company, were very satisfied with the response from customers and prospects. "The D1 pure sneak preview was a great success. Our dental experts were fully immersed in intensive talks with guests. Not only the great design of the machine was very well received, many of the CAD/CAM beginners were impressed with the easy to learn and efficient operation of the touch screen guided menu," commented Alexander Heeg that evening. More information can be found online at D1 pure www.die-neue.infohttp://www.die-neue.info/.
Here's the video of the Senckenberg event: Play.