Talking mouthguards, we see hygiene, safety and sustainability play an important role in the future. As this multimillion market is within reach, 3Dmouthguard achieved to produce over 500 mouthguards per day. Through additive manufacturing, the production capacity is limitless enabling to deliver constant quality within promised delivery times.Continue reading “High volume 3Dprinting of mouthguards”
A presentation by Sandra Balnik, Lithoz GmbH.
Lithography-based Ceramic Manufacturing (LCM), a 3D printingtechnologyfor ceramic materials, offers new possibilities for the manufacturing of dental medical devices. LCM usesceramic suspensions, which consist of ceramic particles dispersed in photocurable binder matrix, in a layer-by-layer process by using visible light.Continue reading “Lithography-based Ceramic Manufacturing as tool for the full digital workflow for the production of dental applications”
a presentation by Les Kalman, Assistant Professor, Restorative Dentistry,; Academic Lead, CDE.
Additive manufacturing has experienced a surge in popularity in dentistry, but has been mainly limited to plastics for guides, aligners and dentures. AM with metal and ceramic is still in its infancy, but the workflow has significant advantages over conventional approaches.Continue reading “Innovative applications with dental additive manufacturing”