Dental 3D printer adoption is accelerating.
Thanks to recent advances in technology, design, and materials, the role of dental 3D printers is rapidly expanding from dental labs into individual practices. So how does this hyped-up technology actually work, and what about 3D printing makes it such a great fit for dentistry? And why are SprintRay 3D printing products are the forefront of the market?
While the ability to produce dental appliances in-office is revolutionary to digital dentistry, the speed of an individual 3D printer can make a substantial difference. A practical way to measure the outcome of this speed is to measure its output via the 30-minute test, which shows both the on-demand printing speed as well as the overall throughput of the printer. Because of its bespoke DLP projector, SprintRay Pro can produce a full platform of dental arches in around 25 minutes.
SprintRay Pro 95-S is the perfect 3D printer for dental offices that want to deliver on the promises of in-office production. Featuring unmatched throughput, high accuracy, and a high flexibility, Pro95-S is the right choice for most dental practices. Incredible accuracy, repeatability, and user-friendliness means you can always deliver an outstanding patient experience.
- Surgical Guides
- Models for Aligner Production
- Digital Dentures and Try-ins
- Study and Wax-up Models
- Temporary and Definitive Crowns
- Hybrid Dentures
- Cast Applications
- Indirect Bonding Trays
- Occlusal Guards