3D Printers and Materials

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EnvisionTEC recently received FDA approval for its new E-Denture material for the 3D printing of lifelike dentures. EnvisionTEC’s...
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Whip Mix announces it is the exclusive distributer for Asiga 3D printers in the dental market for North America. Asiga 3D printers are...
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Whip Mix announces the Asiga MAX, one of the most advanced digital dental 3D printers offering exceptional productivity in a small...
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To date, Formlabs dental users have completed more than 150,000 prints, and Form 2 printed guides have been used in more than 10,000...
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3D Systems announces the availability of its previously announced ProJet 1200 micro-SLA printer and commencement of customer shipments.
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Stratasys introduces the Objet30 Dental Prime, a 3D printer designed to allow smaller dental labs to produce a wide range of models and...
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The ProJet DP 3000 printer features an expanded ultrahigh definition build area that delivers up to a 60% productivity improvement,...
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Quickly print multiple precise dental models, surgical guides, or night guards using the MoonRay high resolution DLP 3D Printer.
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SprintRay's new Dental Model Resin is specifically engineered with dental professionals in mind.
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Quickly print multiple precise dental models, surgical guides, or night guards using the MoonRay high resolution DLP 3D Printer.
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Perfect for dental models, SprintRay's gray resin has been specifically formulated to produce the highest-quality prints.
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SprintRay's biocompatible Surgical Guide resin for MoonRay allows you to print precise and accurate drill guides for use in guided...

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  • Lauren Fedorko

    DenMat’s ViziLite PRO Oral Lesion Screening System utilizes the latest fluorescent technology to help enable the earliest discovery of potentially malignant and cancerous lesions. The device is easy to use and the patient will hardly even notice it’s there because of its compact size and efficiency. The new and innovative fluorescence technology...

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    Caries detection dye: does it actually work? This is a topic in dentistry that has been discussed and debated at length for a number of years. As you're aware, there are many methods and tools to detect caries and therefore “many paths up the mountain.” What might work for some dentists might not work for others, simply as a matter of technique...

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