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3D Systems has launched the DMP Flex 100 and DMP Dental 100 3D printers. The DMP Flex 100 produces precision metal parts with complex...
3D Systems has launched an on-demand anatomical modeling service that provides access to anatomical models 3D-printed from 3D digital files.
DWS Systems introduces the XCELL 6000PD, the first ever fully automated dental 3D printer that delivers a full range of dental treatments...
By incorporating the NextDent 5100 into their workflow, dental laboratories and clinics are able to address more indications with one...
VOCO introduces its SolFlex series of Industrial-grade DLP Photopolymerization 3D printers, that offer innovative features for easier and...
Quickly print multiple precise dental models, surgical guides, or night guards using the MoonRay high resolution DLP 3D Printer.
SprintRay's biocompatible Surgical Guide resin for MoonRay allows you to print precise and accurate drill guides for use in guided...
Perfect for dental models, SprintRay's gray resin has been specifically formulated to produce the highest-quality prints.
SprintRay's new Dental Model Resin is specifically engineered with dental professionals in mind.
Quickly print multiple precise dental models, surgical guides, or night guards using the MoonRay high resolution DLP 3D Printer.
SprintRay's Castable resin allows you to print models to use for investment casting.
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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  • Samantha Negraval

    Thanks to advancements in digital software and 3D printers, indirect bonding trays have emerged from a niche in orthodontics to a mainstay. The old way of vacuum-forming an impression tray, cutting it out and smoothing it is a lot less efficient and precise than the digital light processing (DLP) technology offered by today’s 3D printers. ...

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  • Samantha Negraval

    Young companies are nimble. Young companies that specialize in emerging technologies are the most nimble of all—they thrive on change. In the dental profession, SprintRay, a company that designs, manufactures and supports 3D printers with an emphasis on digital dentistry, is proving that it not only accepts change but embraces it. To stay ahead...

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  • gail weisman

    While 3D printing has had a meteoric rise in dentistry for surgical guides, clear aligners, models, and other non-permanent intraoral applications, the Achilles heel has been developing a material with properties suitable for fixed prosthodontics. Well, it may be sooner than later now. Long-term testing is ongoing for a material that is already...

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    • Date: 10/10/2018

    Click here to learn more about how digital dentistry has changed the way Dr. Anthony Ramirez practices.

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    • Date: 10/10/2018

    Click here to learn more about how dental technology has impacted the way Dr. Yong Han Koo practices dentistry.

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  • Julie Cullen

    The term “good corporate neighborhood” is used by a lot of companies to market themselves to their communities and customers. But I always wonder how many put that phrase into action. Richmond Dental and Medical, a division of Barnhardt Manufacturing Company based in Charlotte, NC, did just that recently when they made a 3-year commitment to...

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