Producing Bridges, Copings, Partials, Implants and Models from CAD Data Via Laser Sintering

EOS GmbH Electro Optical Systems · LAB DAY Chicago 2012

Note: This clinic is from a past LAB DAY show

About This Clinic

Laboratories are using laser sintering, a manufacturing technology that builds up parts additively, layer by layer, directly from 3D CAD data. Thomas Thiel discusses direct metal laser sintering (DLMS) for producing approximately 450 crown and bridge units in 24 hours, unattended. He also explores plastic laser sintering to produce plastic models for quality checks and analysis.

  • call Jessy Nehro at 248-306-0143, ext.104 or Jessica.Nehro@eos.info
  • Approved for 1.5 Scientific CDT 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...