As a dental practitioner or a specialist in a dental laboratory, you know that there’s a world of difference between dental models for patient education and dental parts for patient use.
If your goal is to print reasonably accurate models of a patient’s mouth taken from an oral 3D scan in order to, for example, practice a surgery or explain a procedure to a patient, then there’s no need for a specialized dental printer. In fact, you have a much wider range of printers to choose from for model making than you do for printing patient parts.
3D Printing News Briefs, December 3, 2020: Continuous Composites, AIMS, ULTRAWAVE, Digital Building Technologies, QOROX, Disney
In this edition of 3D Printing News Briefs, Continuous Composites has opened a new manufacturing facility, while...