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Showcase: Additive Manufacturing
1. WHIP MIX
Fast, extremely accurate, and affordable, open system Asiga 3D printers allow labs to use any resin to produce detailed models, surgical guides, splints, patterns, RPD frameworks, and custom impression trays.
The Stratasys Eden 260VS Dental Advantage 3D printer delivers more than twice the build speed of an entry-level dental solution, in addition to a larger build tray for greater throughput.
The popular Vida desktop 3D printer can 3D print a variety of materials for bite splints or night guards, dental or orthodontic models, partial dentures, temporary restorations, and more.
The Form 2 3D printer brings the power of 3D printing to dental professionals, producing biocompatible dental appliances that exceed industry accuracy standards. Its speed, precision, and compact footprint make it perfect for dental offices and labs.
6. PARK DENTAL RESEARCH
JUELL 3D-2 is known for its ability to rapidly produce a high volume of surgical guides and dental models for aligners without compromising accuracy for just a few dollars per object.
Roland has introduced the new DWP-80S—the company’s first 3D printer designed specifically for dental applications. The DWP-80S incorporates a host of innovative features and comes with advanced yet easy-to-use software.
EOS, represented by Nobilium in North America, offers two systems for dentistry: EOSM270 and EOSM100. Each system melts fine CoCr metal powder and builds up the structure layer by layer.
9. OLD WORLD LABS
The DentaLITH™ is a multi-material printer that uses ceramic and acrylic based polymer with precision accuracy to maximize production (1-50 units/3-hr cycle) and generate cost-effective consumables to streamline demand of dental offices and labs.
10. CARBON 3D
The new ProMaker P4500 series, powered by Farsoon, is a line of 3D printers that stands out from current sprodways.comtandards for its high productivity and reduced operating cost.
MoonRay D is a DLP desktop 3D printer, optimized specifically for the demands of digital dentistry. MoonRay D uses streamlined software, advanced hardware, and calibrated materials to deliver the ideal combination of accuracy, precision, and speed for dental professionals.