Producing Bridges, Copings, Implants and Models From CAD Data Via Laser Sintering--An Industrial 3D Printing Process

EOS GmbH Electro Optical Systems · LAB DAY Chicago 2014

Note: This clinic is from a past LAB DAY show

About This Clinic

Thomas Thiel, MDT, explains how direct metal laser sintering (DMLS™), a 3D additive printing process using CAD data, can produce about 450 units for crowns and bridges in 24 hours unattended, and how to produce plastic models with laser sintering.

  • Call Jessy Nehro at 248-306-0143, ext. 8104
  • Approved for 1.5 Scientific credits
Speakers (1)
  • Thomas Thiel, MDT

    Works at EOS/Electro Optical Systems

    Thomas Thiel, MDT, is an Engineer in EOS-Electro Optical Systems’ dental applications division. He has worked in commercial laboratories specializing in crown and bridge, combined removable partial dentures, implants and...