3D Printing in Dental with Biocompatible materials – Presented by Rik Jacobs, Vertex-Dental – NextDent

3D Printing in Dental with Biocompatible materials – Presented by Rik Jacobs, Vertex-Dental B.V. – NextDent B.V. at the 3D Dental Printing Conference, which takes place on Jan 31, 2017 at MECC Maastricht in The Netherlands.

“Is the Dental market ready to implement 3D printing in the daily workflow? Is the Dental Industry at a tipping point?” To answer these questions we need to understand the status of the latest developments in regards of 3D Printers and their technologies, the latest Software situation and the latest material developments and the status of the registration.Finally, in order be able to offer the Dental market a plug and play workflow solution with a trusted connection.The conclusion is that it is not a matter of when but a matter of who and where! 3D Printing in Dental is NOW!!

About Rik Jacobs

  • international marketing management, NHL University of Applied Sience
  • Mitsubishi heavy industries, area sales management 1995-2000
  • Vertex Dental 2000-now (CEO)
  • Stareholder Vertex-Dental (Holding) 2008-now
  • NextDent 2012-now (CEO)
  • Exportmanager of the year 2007

About Vertex-Dental B.V. – NextDent B.V.
NextDent B.V. was founded in 2012 in The Netherlands as an independent subsidiary company under the Vertex Global Holding. Vertex-Dental B.V. from The Netherlands is another subsidiary company under the same holding with a 76 years track record on R&D, production and international registrations of dental materials for various applications.NextDent´s mission is to become the worldwide leading manufacturer of CE-certified and biocompatible dental 3D printing materials. NexDent´s Research and Development team is constantly searching for the best possible solutions in order to become a benchmark for 3D printing materials in the dental field. The company’s focus is on development of custom-made 3D printing solutions in close cooperation with our customers.Our company has joined forces with TNO Additive Manufacturing Eindhoven in a PENROSE consortium, which is devoted to research and development in 3D printing, including new printing technologies and the development of a various materials.

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