It may not seem obvious at
first, but the transferability of Artex articulators makes real economic sense.
Why? Because the dentist can send axis-related maxillary registrations to the lab without
having to ship a precision articulator.
As a result, you'll need fewer articulators on hand and that means lower
overhead costs. As a lab owner, it means I only need one articulator per station,
not per case, because occlusal relationships are maintained when transferring models
between stations. This savings allows me to keep my costs down.