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Digital Dental Workflow videos.
While 3D printing is currently poised at the forefront of technology, 4D printing is nipping right at its heels.
DentaGUIDE, DentaTRY, DentaTRAY and DentaIBT
A case Study by Dentaltechnik Knebelsberger GmbH.
By Alireza Ahmadianyazdi, Isaac J. Miller and Albert Folch
Digital Enamel have their say on using the Asiga MAX UV for producing dental models with an articulator using Whip Mix Verimodel OS Ivory resin.
In 2016, the removable prosthesis, too often the poor relative in our laboratories, is not of much interest to the young prosthetist.
Race Dental is Australia's largest dental laboratory. CEO, Brad Race discusses how his company applies 3D digital technologies to stay competitive.
Through the doors of Aetherworks and Victoria Miniatures to see how they have embraced digital manufacturing.
Written by Matthias Zimmerer, Application Engineer, CDT, certified exocad trainer, Schütz Dental 3D printing is quite possibly the main manufacturing process used for splints today. 3D printed splint materials are tough with some being hard & rigid and others softer…
MIT and Draper researchers have 3D printed a novel microfluidic device that simulates cancer treatments on biopsied tumor tissue.
Making Life Sound Better, GN Hearing
See for the first time a glimpse inside Asiga's factory and a full technical review of the Asiga MAX for dental applications.
Read about the experiences of master dental technician Andreas Hoch, CEO of Dentaltechnik Kiel.
3D Printing All-On-X Applications
This paper reports the design, fabrication, and characterization of arrays of miniaturized, internally fed, polymer electrospray emitters fabricated with stereolithography.
A full digital denture workflow
Efficiently 3D printing models in house helps provide top-quality service to dentists.
In dentistry, additive technologies cover a wide range of indications across nearly every discipline and niche found within the profession. For these and various other reasons, dependence on additive manufacturing processes such as 3D printing will only continue to rise.