How We Integrated 3D Printing – Part 1

We are delighted to share with you a new 5-part series which visits five leading dental laboratories and provides an insight into their journey from analog to digital production (in their own words!).  Find out why they ventured into digital, when they did it and what they have in their lab. 

There has never been a more genuine insight than this series and you can download Part 1 below.

“Artistic Dental Laboratory has always had pride in being a progressive laboratory since its inception in 1981. From the Procera Mod50 to 3Shape’s
D2000, our CAD/CAM Department has grown to be the highest volume department in the laboratory and the most fluid department when it comes to change.”

Danny Ulasek, Artistic Dental Laboratories, Inc.


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