It hasn’t been long since DWS Systems released its last crop of 3D printers, showcasing the technology for which the company is known – SLA. SLA itself is known for being ideal for applications like jewelry and dentistry, and DWS has now announced that it will be forming a new business unit specifically dedicated to dental 3D printing. Through this new business, DWS plans to offer dental 3D printing products to both labs and dental offices. The company will be offering several new products that allow customers to create high-precision dental models, restorations, and prosthetics with just the push of a button.
DWS will be showcasing several new products at LMT Lab Day and Chicago Dental Society‘s Midwinter Meeting, both taking place this week. The LFAB is designed to produce dental models, surgical guides and prosthetics for dental labs, while the DFAB is tailored for dental offices and can produce precise color-matched prosthetics. The two are the latest to join the FAB family of 3D printers, which are meant for dentists, prosthodontists and lab technicians to produce dental prosthetics more quickly, efficiently and with a fewer number of procedures. FAB 3D printers can produce up to five-element precision bridges with accurate fit and correct occlusion within 20 minutes.
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