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  • 7 February, 2024

Visibly Different, Noticeably Better

Ammerbuch, February 6, 2024 – With the new design of the N4+ and K5+, vhf has brought its two bestsellers from the PERFORMANCE CLASS up to the latest state of the art. The two dental milling machines for laboratories and practices will be revealed for the first time at the AEEDC in Dubai, where vhf will be presenting the two powerful units at its booth.

The successful new design of the four-axis wet grinding machine N4+ and the five-axis dry milling machine K5+ produced by vhf immediately attracts attention. The new design of the machine embodies a modern, appealing look and is seamlessly integrated into the visual appearance of the vhf product portfolio. Dental technicians and laboratory staff can also benefit from an optimized performance. “Our new design has updated our proven and powerful N4+ and K5+ machines. You can see and feel the difference in the two bestsellers in our PERFORMANCE CLASS, and they also guarantee superb precision in every practice, dental laboratory or milling center. This, along with the customary high quality and reliability you’ve come to expect from vhf and our machines made in Germany,” says Lucas Kehl, Head of Product at vhf. For example, the N4+ now has a water-cooled spindle, which ensures increased process stability and achieves first-class results even during continuous operation. vhf has also added a spindle to the K5+ that is over 60 % more powerful to further optimize the demanding processing of materials such as cobalt-chrome. In addition, both bestsellers feature a high-quality quadruple hybrid ceramic bearing for the integrated spindles. The result: a significantly longer service life of the spindle, higher surface quality and a noticeably improved precision fit of the milled workpiece.

 Wet grinding and milling with extra cooling: the new N4+

The N4+ has demonstrated that it is a high-performance partner for laboratories and practice laboratories since 2020. This updated top seller stands out with a new machine design and impresses even the most demanding users in the wet processing of ceramic glass blocks, composites, zirconia and titanium abutments. The new watercooled spindle ensures the essential and improved process stability, even during continuous operation. The highly compact housing contains a powerful 800 W spindle that can operate at up to 80,000 rpm to guarantee a powerful and efficient wet processing of three blocks up to 45 mm long or three prefabricated abutments. Eight fine nozzles on the spindle direct the coolant to the effective area between the tool and workpiece with great precision and ensure an optimum cooling effect. No abrasive additives are required with the PUREWATER, apart from titanium machining. The proven machine technology in the highly compact housing and the familiar intuitive vhf DENTALCAM software with DIRECTMILL technology also ensure high precision, reliability and first-class results.

 Dry milling with extra spindle power: the new K5+

A contemporary design and extra performance: This is the new vhf K5+ model in a nutshell. The five-axis bestseller in the PERFORMANCE CLASS raises the bar for dry milling. The new K5+ has a more powerful spindle than its predecessor and can effortlessly mill even the hardest materials in the form of discs, blocks and abutments with 820 W and up to 60,000 rpm. The increased performance of over 60% enables users to optimize the processing of metal materials such as cobalt-chrome. Another advantage for dental technicians and laboratory staff: The new K5+ builds on the proven machine technology of its predecessor and its high precision and reliability set high standards in daily continuous operation. The additional highlights are the wide range of applications for dry milling, the DIRECTDISC technology for tool-free disc fixing and the simple operation via the integrated CAM software DENTALCAM with DIRECTMILL technology.

About vhf 

vhf is a leading manufacturer of modern CNC milling machines and high-quality milling tools as well as a provider of intuitive CAM software. The proven mechanical engineering specialist with headquarters in Ammerbuch near Stuttgart has been offering complete solutions for milling for more than 35 years – and all from one source. With international locations in New York and Shanghai, the vhf group currently employs more than 350 people and has successfully established itself as a solution provider for CNC manufacturing in the dental sector and in the advertising technology sector as well as in other industries. At its main site in Germany, vhf develops, designs and produces all machines and precision tools inhouse. True to the claim Creating Perfection, this means for vhf customers best quality made in Germany paired with excellent service and support.

 vhf  Global

vhf camfacture AG ∙ Lettenstrasse 10 ∙ D-72119 Ammerbuch ∙ Germany

+49 7032 97097 000 ∙ [email protected] ∙ vhf.com

 

vhf North America

vhf Inc. ∙ 80 Davids Drive, Suite 5 ∙ Hauppauge, NY 11788 ∙ USA

+1 631 524 5252 ∙ [email protected] ∙ vhf.com

 

vhf South East Asia

vhf Trading (Shanghai) Co., Ltd. ∙ Room 2902, Building T1, Tianshan SOHO,

No. 421 Ziyun Road, Changning District ∙ Shanghai ∙ China ∙ [email protected] ∙ vhf.com

 

 

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