Carbon and Keystone validate Keystone KeyMask for Carbon M-Series Printers

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Carbon and Keystone validate Keystone KeyMask for Carbon M-Series Printers
Keystone® KeyMask resin for Carbon 3D printers

Carbon, Inc., a pioneering technology business in product development and additive manufacturing, has released another resin validation, Keystone KeyMask, for use with Carbon M-series printers. This collaboration is the continuation of a partnership between two of the dentistry industry’s most inventive companies: Carbon and Keystone Industries.

KeyMask, invented by Keystone Industries, is a flexible yet firm 3D-printed material that mimics the appearance and feel of actual gum tissue.

Keystone KeyMask for Carbon M-series printers

Keystone® KeyMask resin for Carbon 3D printers
Keystone® KeyMask resin for Carbon 3D printers/Source: Carbon

KeyMask is renowned for its exceptional strength, flexibility, and natural looks, ensuring endurance and a true portrayal of gingival tissue. By combining KeyMask with Carbon’s sophisticated M-series printers, dental labs may achieve high levels of precision and efficiency in restoration procedures.

Its addition to the Carbon M-series printers allows dental labs to improve their digital restoration planning with precise, low-shrinkage, and readily trimmed gingival masks. This new innovation is poised to change the way dental labs handle prostheses and restorative dentistry.

“Carbon’s partnership with Keystone to validate KeyMask for our M-series printers is a testament to our commitment to offering the best materials for digital dentistry. This collaboration enhances our portfolio of dental solutions, providing our customers with the tools to deliver high-quality cases to their customers.”

– Phil DeSimone, CEO and Co-Founder of Carbon

Benefits for Digital Dental Restorations

  • Realistic Gum Tissue Simulation: KeyMask’s flexible yet firm structure provides convincing replicas of gum tissue for high-quality dental restorations.
  • Enhanced Digital Workflow: Dental labs can streamline their digital restoration planning to get more precise and efficient results.

Keystone KeyMask is now available for use with Carbon M-series printers in several markets, including the United States and Europe. Dental labs interested in incorporating this innovative material into their restoration processes can contact their local Carbon agent for additional information.

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