Increase the Proficiency of Your Lab With 3D Printing
Monday, November 13, 2017
The most important consideration when purchasing a 3D printer is accuracy and its ability to produce detail.
Digital Light Processing printing is a new form of SLA printing where instead of using a slower laser to cure the photopolymer resin, this form uses a DLP projector.
An advantage of DLP printing is that it wastes very little material, which helps keep the cost per print to a bare minimum.
New, more affordable 3D printers are hitting the market every day. As a result, a large number of dental labs have either purchased one or are considering doing so in the very near future. If you are one of those labs, there are several important things to consider that will help you to determine the right 3D printer for you.
This eBook explains critical 3D printer features (accuracy, speed and volume, compatible resins, and post processing) that will impact your lab proficiency.