Prodways Technologies – one of the global providers of multi-technology, industrial 3D printers and related materials announced that it has received multiple orders for its ProMaker LD-10 3D printer from one of the leading North-American Dental Laboratory.
ProMaker LD-10 printer provides high levels of productivity in a compact footprint, enabling users to 3D large volumes at a lower cost-per-part.
The multiple sales are considered as remarkable by the company as they expand the use of ProMaker LD-10, which works on the company’s MOVINGLight technology into a new segment of dental laboratories in need of industrial machines especially at an affordable price. The sales of the 3D printers also validates the quality of 3D printing production machines from the company.
In February this year, Prodways Technologies also bagged its second order for its ProMaker L5000 D from Fischler Dental AG, a leading dental laboratory in Switzerland. By purchasing ProMaker L5000 D 3D printer for the second time, the laboratory reposed its trust in Prodways Technologies’ 3D printing systems and extended the use of 3D printing in dentistry. Fischler Dental AG has been using the 3D printer to increase production of its dental models.
The North American dental laboratory will install the 3D printers during the second quarter of 2018. Based on Prodways’ exclusive MovingLight Technology, the ProMaker LD-10 dental 3D printer is ideal for dental laboratories as it can make it easier for them to manufacture different dental products with high precision and productivity.
Lately, a lot of dental laboratories have been reaping benefits of 3D printing technology. For example, recently, Stratasys, another leader in applied additive technology solutions announced that two of its customers, two leading laboratories in North America and Europe were driving large-scale production of clear aligner molds using Stratasys’ dental 3D printing solutions such as the Stratasys J700 Dental 3D Printer.
Proslab, a full service dental laboratory, based in Canterbury, Australia was also able to overcome issues with human error and accuracy that it was encountering with traditional ways of manufacturing removable partial dentures by incorporating Renishaw’s additive manufacturing solutions.
The increasing purchases of 3D printers from dental laboratories offer evidence of the benefits that 3D printing technology offers to the laboratories. The dental industry has been one of the early adopters of the 3D printing technology. Due to the advantages of 3D printing for dentists, 3D printers are being manufactured specially for increasing the applications of 3D printing in dentistry along with material technology to specifically cater the unique dental needs of people.
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