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Digital Dental Workflow videos.

Race Dental is Australia's largest dental laboratory. CEO, Brad Race discusses how his company applies 3D digital technologies to stay competitive.

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.

A series of questions answered by Juan from Lolacustica providing insight into the company.

A series of questions answered by Udo Gütelhöfer from Haus Der Hörtechnik Gmb providing insight into the company.

MIT and Draper researchers have 3D printed a novel microfluidic device that simulates cancer treatments on biopsied tumor tissue.

We are delighted to gain behind-the-scenes access into one of Australia's leading dental practices, W Dental in Sydney.

Digitalisations in dental technology has advanced at an enormous pace over recent years, such that it is hard for the lab owner to keep up with developments.

Through a partnership with the Holy Land Institute for the Deaf, volunteer organization 3DP4ME hopes to provide 3D printed hearing-aid ear molds to disadvantaged populations in the Middle East.

Asiga's CEO Justin Elsey discusses new developments in 3D printing for digital dentistry.

Efficiently 3D printing models in house helps provide top-quality service to dentists.

This paper reports the design, fabrication, and characterization of arrays of miniaturized, internally fed, polymer electrospray emitters fabricated with stereolithography.

Asiga PRO2 75 3D printer streamlines the production of orthodontic clear aligners.

Producing narrow channels and cavities with transparent, photopolymerizing 3D printing resins can be extremely difficult – but it’s entirely possible with the high-quality MOIIN resins developed in Hamburg.

Take a peek inside leading orthodontists Alex Yusupov Specialist Orthodontists and see how they are utilising Asiga 3D printers within their daily workflows.

Our industry leading PRO 4K continues to make waves in many additive manufacturing industries and here is a recent product review by DentalTechTips.

A case Study by Dentaltechnik Knebelsberger GmbH.

Audiology lab Haus der Hörtechnik GmbH have taken the time to document their digital workflow and together with Detax have presented this insightful case study.

While 3D printing is currently poised at the forefront of technology, 4D printing is nipping right at its heels.

Detailing the efficient workflow of the CAD / CAM & CASTING processes incorporation, 3Design, Zbrush, Asiga PICO2 and SuperWAX direct casting material.

A guided CEREC Guide 2 case printed on the Asiga MAX UV by August De Oliveira from Digital Enamel.

Read about Atlanta Oral & Maxillofacial Surgery in Atlanta.

From idea to perfection - the creation of jewellery by stereolithography.

Always at the forefront of dental technology in the UK, Laboratory manager Jon Dolding from Ceramic Design Studio in Hove, UK was asked by his client Dr Bill Schaeffer from The Implant Centre to document the manufacture a surgical guide using a 3D printer.

We are delighted to take a behind the scenes peek into one of Australia's leading manufacturing jewellers, Australian Diamond Company.

Asiga’s desktop solution takes designs to real parts in hours.

Dr. Kasen Somana from Signature Dentistry talks about his digital journey and why he chose the Asiga MAX UV as his go-to printer for 3D printing in the clinic.

Read about Artistic Dental Laboratories, Inc.

Asiga customer Palloys is Australasia's premier jewellery manufacturing and custom jewellery service centre.

Occlusally adjusted splints are non-invasive and reversible therapeutic adjuncts that are an integral part of the clinical management of temporomandibular dysfunction.

3D printing in some industries is a primary manufacturing process so output consistency, speed and part quality are imperative to ensure production efficiency and continuity.

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.

Starkey Hearing Technologies is a global leader in digital hearing aids including earmould design and production.

The latest in digital orthodontic devices. Here is how Italian dental laboratory 3DO s.r.l. have transitioned to digital and kept on top of their game.

For many years Asiga 3D printers have been used widely in the audiology sector for the manufacture of hearing devices.

The Victor Chang Cardiac Research Institute 3D print micro-scaffolds on the Asiga MAX X to provide a structure when melding human heart cells.

In 2016, the removable prosthesis, too often the poor relative in our laboratories, is not of much interest to the young prosthetist.

Deutsches Elektronen-Synchrotron DESY is the world's leading research centre for accelerator, particle and astroparticle physics as well as for research into photon science.

Read about the experiences of master dental technician Andreas Hoch, CEO of Dentaltechnik Kiel.

See for the first time a glimpse inside Asiga's factory and a full technical review of the Asiga MAX for dental applications.

The following article describes two original techniques that use CAD/CAM technology to generate a pre-surgical healing abutment or provisional restoration.