The Dentalith 3D printer. Image courtesy of Old World Labs.
The multimaterial resin composite/ceramic solid printer makes ceramic crowns and bridges, acrylic-based surgical guides, corrective alignments, and night guards, according to the company. It can produce up to 50 units in a three-hour cycle.
The company is marketing the printer to both small dental practices and commercial labs, and mass market availability is expected for the second quarter of 2017.If you like this content, please share it with a colleague!
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