Awesome course! Learned a lot!!!
My name is Mario from Genistar, North American distributor of 3D printers from Prodways. We will be present at the Chicago LMT Lab Days in two weeks in Booth #B-56.
Prodways' line of dental...See more 3D printers, which require no support material, are designed for dental labs and service bureaus engaged in the high-volume production of dental models, molds, crowns and casting patterns for copings or partial denture frameworks. (See www.genistar.com/dental.php )
The Prodways printers integrate the unique "MovingLight" technology to produce ultra-high resolution parts - big or small - at speeds much faster than laser or fixed DLP printers. With a projection of 1920 x 1080 pixels, MovingLight delivers a high resolution of 42 microns per pixel across the entire build area of the machine. In addition, these printers provide a high degree of repeatability and throughput that is unrivalled in the marketplace.
As an increasing number of dental lab operators turn to digital scanning to create 3D models, there is a growing requirement for a 3D printing solution that will print quickly and precisely while maintaining a consistent high resolution. The Prodways printers meet ALL three criteria.
We would like to tell you more about this exciting new technology. I invite you to stop by Booth #B-56 to discuss how we can meet your objectives with these promising new printers.
In the meantime, you can visit www.genistar.com/dental.php for more information.
Hi Rob I'd like to possibly go to this what do you think?
Elvis Rosado guides you through the entire process for fabricating a TCS flexible partial while focusing on specific areas and answering questions. This is an excellent class for technicians new to thermoplastics as well as experienced technicians looking to improve their quality or learn new techniques.
Among laboratory owners who offer digital restorations, here's the percentage of their total C&B caseload that's fabricated using a milling machine or printer: on average, 46% is CAD/CAM milled, 18% is fabricated with wax printers and 12% is fabricated with metal printers.
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