Renishaw – Making Dentistry Digital

Additive Manufacturing

Dentistry has advanced significantly since the 18th century, so much so that dental manufacturers are benefitting from digital technology in the design and production of dental pieces. Computer-aided design (CAD) is the keystone of digital dentistry.

Structo and Materialise release Printworks Pro aimed at digital dentistry market

3D Printing Industry

Materialise and Structo have announced that they are releasing Structo Printworks Pro, aimed at the digital dentistry market. The software builds upon Materialise’s existing Magics Print software, which allows a user to prepare and build process digital files for 3D printing. The new software is optimised for 3D printing on Liquid Crystal Dynamic Mask Stereolithography […]. 3D Software Huub van Esbroek Material Magics print Materialise MSLA Stefaan Motte Structo

Digital Workflow and 3D Printing Innovations are Shaping Dentistry

Stratasys Blog for a 3D World

3D Printing may not immediately come to mind when you think of dentistry but it’s one of the most dynamic areas of healthcare use on the market today. The post Digital Workflow and 3D Printing Innovations are Shaping Dentistry appeared first on Stratasys Blog.

3D Systems Redefines Digital Dentistry and Enables Enhanced Patient Care

Additive Manufacturing

New product offerings enhance company’s portfolio of digital dentistry solutions encompassing unmatched materials, leading printing technologies, software and services. 3D Systems’ digital dentistry portfolio also includes the FabPro™ 1000.

Printed Smiles: Rapid Prototyping and 3D Printing Making a Mark in Dentistry

3D Printing Industry

Like many other branches of medical science, the various forms of additive manufacturing such as rapid prototyping and 3D printing are making a significant position in dentistry. The scanning process is definitely a lot less invasive and more accurate.

Printed Smiles: Rapid Prototyping and 3D Printing Making a Mark in Dentistry

3D Printing Industry

Like many other branches of medical science, the various forms of additive manufacturing such as rapid prototyping and 3D printing are making a significant position in dentistry. The scanning process is definitely a lot less invasive and more accurate.

3D printed dental abutments remedy infectious oral diseases

3D Printing Industry

Austria-based oral implantologist, researcher and inventor Dr. Mario Kern has developed the Extended Anatomic Platform (EAP), a patented process for creating metal 3D printed dental abutments.

3D Printing is Streamlining the Production Process and Lowering Costs for Orthodontic Aligners

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Renishaw Highlights the Benefits of Digital Dentistry at Lab Day East

Additive Manufacturing

After a successful Lab Day in Chicago, Renishaw makes its debut at the Eastern equivalent to highlight the productivity and quality assurance benefits of AM in dentistry.

atum3D to Debut New 3D Printer, Software, Industry Excellence Packs at formnext

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Stratasys Expands Access to Affordable, Professional-Grade 3D Printing as Laboratories Transition to Digital Dentistry

Additive Manufacturing

Announced at LMT Lab Day , Chicago 2018 , these solutions are specifically designed to help advance lab service offerings, cut production times, reduce costs, and support mass adoption of digital dentistry.

Structo and Materialise Announce PrintWorks Pro, a Collaboration to Simplify 3D Print File Preparation for Digital Dentistry

Additive Manufacturing

With the new PrintWorks Pro software, which includes features of Materialise Magics and the Materialise Build Processor, users will experience an improved and streamlined process in 3D print file preparation in their 3D printing workflow. Leuven, Belgium – September 20, 2017.

First look inside Ackuretta’s dual build Diplo 3D printer

3D Printing Industry

Ackuretta is a professional digital light processing (DLP) 3D printer manufacturer from Taiwan’s Neihu District in Taipei City. 3D Printers Ackuray Ackuretta Dentistry desktop 3D printer Diplo jewelry Lucas Wiltse magics Materialise Qura QuraDENT resin SLAThe forthcoming desktop Diplo model was first previewed at Formnext in Frankfurt and adds to the existing Ackuray Series of enterprise 3D printers.

Ackuretta Technologies Launches Ackuray A135 DLP 3D Printer and Eight Engineering-Grade 3D Printing Resins

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3D Scanning and 3D Printing Restore a Man's Face After Cancer

Jerry Faber recovered from cancer, but he lost part of his nose in the process. 3D Printing 3D Scanning Medical 3D Printing 3D printed facial prosthetic 3d printed nose 3d printed prosthesis Indiana University School of DentistryHe had three plastic surgeries to try to restore his facial anatomy, but all of them failed, leaving Faber discouraged. View the entire article via our website.

Rapid.Tech 2015: An Industry-Specific Approach for Additive Manufacturing and 3D Printing Involving Automotive, Aerospace, Dentistry, Medical Technology and Toolmaking

Additive Manufacturing

We take an industry-specific approach to the topic – both scientifically and practically – focusing primarily on the areas of automotive and aerospace engineering, dentistry, medical technology and toolmaking, and covering all the key aspects including machines, materials, design and use.

Elos Accurate Analogs Helps Innovate 3D Printed Models for Dental Labs

Stratasys Blog for a 3D World

It is fair to say that Elos Medtech is highly specialized in implant dentistry. How does Elos Medtech predict the future of digital dentistry and 3D printing? What are the benefits of using 3D printing over traditional, manual processes for implantology?

Interview: Carbon cuts through the hype with new FDA approved dental materials

3D Printing Industry

As materials for dentistry, DENTCA Denture Base II and DENTCA Denture Teeth resins, are subject to an exception in FDA certification that typically would not pass certification on 3D printer materials. Materials Medical & Dental 3D Systems Carbon Class I Class II CLIP DENTCA DENTCA Denture Base II DENTCA Denture Teeth Dentures digital light processing DLP Dreve FDA FDA certification Figure 4 gingiva masks NextDent NextDent 5100 Objet260 Dental 3D Printer Steven Pollack Stratasys

University of Amsterdam: Researchers 3D Printing Grafts for Alveolar Ridge Augmentation

At the University of Amsterdam, researchers may be seriously impacting reconstructive dentistry with a new process for strengthening the alveolar ridge after tooth loss or other more significant. View the entire article via our website. 3D Printing 3D printed grafts 3D printed resin graft substitutes bone regeneration University of Amsterdam

Will dental visits soon be easier?

3D Perspectives

We can stop the process and we can reverse it,” says Christopher Longbottom , fellow at King’s College London and Reminova co-founder. It’s not straightforward, but he says, we “can speed up the process of remineralization.”. Written by Catherine Bolgar.

Dental Professionals Get Better Control Over Process, Lower Cost per Model with Versatile New Objet Eden260VS Dental Advantage 3D Printer

Stratasys Blog for a 3D World

The new Objet Eden260VS Dental Advantage 3D Printer is designed to further improve productivity, giving lab owners the power to control the entire dental process – from initial design to the final manufacture of dental parts, all under one roof. Objet Eden260VS Dental Advantage 3D Printer.

EOS at International Dental Show (IDS) 2015: Additive Manufacturing Now Accepted Manufacturing Process in the Dental Industry

Additive Manufacturing

” Certified quality for dentistry. This is supported by an integral EOS quality management to ensure product, process and service quality. Many different, patient-specific RPDs can be built at the same time using this process.

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Renishaw Improves Consistency in Additive Manufacturing (AM)

Additive Manufacturing

To allow additive manufacturing (AM) users a greater understanding of their processes, Renishaw has developed new process monitoring software, InfiniAM Spectral, for use on Renishaw systems. This process must be highly accurate to produce a functional part.

Less Invasive Dental Procedures from Sirona and 3D Systems

3D Printing Industry

Unlike most people I find dentistry utterly fascinating. This time, I started talking about 3D printing and dentistry. I could describe the general process of scanning instead of taking dental impressions, and printing teeth and crowns out for implants, but only in a general way.

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ProJet 1200 Last Piece of Digital Dental Puzzle

3D Systems

Now, using the Sirona Cerac intraoral scanner, dental professionals can take a 3D scan to collect the data of a patient’s oral terrain, send that information to the lab, and have it processed for the appropriate restoration.

Renishaw Presents World Leading Metal 3D Printing Systems Optimized for Manufacturing of Dental Devices

Additive Manufacturing

The introduction of metal AM systems into the dental manufacturing process completes the digital workflow, bridging the gap in sophistication between advanced dental scanning technology and traditional casting techniques.

Renishaw and Identify3D Collaborate to Enable Secure Digital Manufacturing

Additive Manufacturing

November 2017 – Renishaw , a world leader in metrology and additive manufacturing (AM) technologies, and Identify3D , a leader in software for the digital supply chain, are pleased to announce a collaboration to offer an end-to-end, secure digital manufacturing process.

3D Printing Gave This Cancer Survivor a New Jaw

3D Printer

IFL Science reports: In 2012, however, his story was discovered by Dr Travis Bellicchi, a maxillofacial prosthetics specialist at the Indiana University School of Dentistry. “They had been struggling to get the same results for a long time when they were using the traditional process.”

Stratasys Unveils Objet Eden260VS Dental Advantage 3D Printer

3D Printing Review

Because the entire process of creating models, guides, and more can be completed in house from scanning to manufacturing, complete autonomy is created. Stratasys is fully committed to the digital dentistry market,” says Avi Cohen, director of global dental at Stratasys.

Using DIY 3D Printer for DIY Orthodontics

DIY 3D Printing

Here is the process he followed from his project description: The dentist assesses your teeth for suitability for the procedure. You can see his work process in detail at: [link] DIY dentistry is not easy so you better think twice before trying it yourself.

Renishaw – A Closer Look at the RenAM 500Q

Additive Manufacturing

If we are to broaden the applications of metal AM so the technology can realise itsfull potential, it’s important that we speed up the AM process while also creating high quality products in a cost-effective way.

Testing consumer 3D printers

Leslie's Blog

It uses an LED Digital Light Processing light source and is being targeted at the jeweler and dentistry markets. The Consumer Electronics Show (CES) is underway, so you can expect to see a number of consumer based 3D printing introductions.

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Three Main Types of Lasers for Cutting

3E Rapid Prototyping

Laser cutting has been around since the 60’s but now it’s as relevant as it has ever been due to its growing usage within industrial processes. Laser cutting is one of the most main process to make sheet metal parts. Under certain circumstances, it can even process a few ceramics.

3D Printing – What Comes Next?

The Solidworks Blog

Moving beyond relatively simple 3D blueprints preparing for manufacture, today the process can produce moving parts, complex machinery and is moving towards products wholly organic in nature. 3D printing is here to stay – and there’s no sitting around waiting for the resin to dry.

Renishaw – Optimising Engine Design with Metal Additive Manufacturing

Additive Manufacturing

Global engineering technologies company, Renishaw , worked with engine manufacturing company Cobra Aero , based in Michigan, USA, to optimise its design processes for aircraft and motorcycle engines.

3D Systems’ NextDent™ 5100 Now Available – Dental Industry Embracing New Solutions to Revolutionize Workflows

Additive Manufacturing

Latest expansion of 3D Systems’ digital dentistry portfolio, including the entry level FabPro™ 1000 for Dental, encompasses unmatched materials, leading printing technologies, software and services. The post-processing is equally simple and straightforward.”.

Renishaw – Increasing Fluid Power Capabilities with Additive Manufacturing

Additive Manufacturing

We’ve worked with Domin throughout the whole process, from investigating material properties, to exploring the advantages of using the latest technologies, such as the RenAM 500Q, in production.”.

3D Printing Solutions For Advancing Dental Labs

Stratasys Blog for a 3D World

The additive production process of 3D printing brings numerous advantages and opportunities for dental labs when creating dental products. The prevalence of 3D printing is shaping the future of dentistry, with 3D printers and materials that are being manufactured specifically for dental labs, addressing their unique and specific digital workflow needs. Although 3D printing has been around for more than three decades, it is fairly new to the dental industry.

The Race to the Additive Manufacturing Finish Line

The Solidworks Blog

It can work in many different applications with a huge range of materials, making it a popular choice in many industries, including dentistry and jewelry design. Desktop Metal’s technology is inspired by the already well known Metal Injection Molding process.

3D Systems: Changing the Game in Healthcare

3D Printing Review

Just recently, I sat with an engineer who recounted times during the early 1980s, after the advent of computed tomography (CT) in the late 1970s, when they would create crude anatomical models through an “additive” process.

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Renishaw Installs the First Metal Additive Manufacturing System in Australian Dental Lab

Additive Manufacturing

The company is focused on furthering its offering by using technology and was the first to introduce CAD/CAM processes for denture frameworks 15 years ago. The process is time consuming and can lead to reduced accuracy, as a result of human error during the manual processing stage.

Renishaw Promotes Productivity at Additive Manufacturing Users Group Conference (AMUG)

Additive Manufacturing

At the event the company, a Diamond Sponsor of the Conference, will share its expertise on multi-laser additive manufacturing (AM), real-time monitoring and finding ideal process parameters.

Stratasys Debuts a New Dental 3D Printer for Orthodontics, Offering Extremely High Throughput for Production of Clear Aligners

Additive Manufacturing

Driving scalable, on-demand production, the solution addresses increased demand for fast production of 3D printed aligners as the industry incorporates new digital dentistry workflows. These processes lower equipment costs, save time, and boost operations for improved competitive advantage.