How We Integrated 3D Printing – Part 5

Do not miss the final installment in our 5-part series which visits Fager Dental Lab and speaks to the one and only Charles Fager about their transition from analog to digital production (in their own words!).

“We were early adopters of milling technology for pressing/casting and were recognized by major companies for our achievements. They became very interested that we had worked out a complete digital workflow early on while most labs were still hand waxing. They could not believe the increase in our “numbers” (the amount of materials and supplies we were buying from them). On our side we made improvements gradually to understand and utilize the technology to produce high quality restorations.”

Charles Fager, Fager Dental


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