The digital landscape is rapidly changing and for dental technicians it is more important than ever, that you keep up with digital print technology. While some of your dentist clients may not be digital now, they will be soon. If you aren’t on board or have an good understanding of this technology, then you could very well be left behind.
According to LMT, the number of one to five person dental labs offering digitally fabricated C&B restorations has increased 24% in two years and 14% currently have one 3D printer. We are, as industry, embracing this technology and the question many are asking is where are we going with it?
This webinar covers the current state of 3D printing technology and the printers presently in the market. It discusses the Asiga printer capabilities, and what we at Whip Mix believe the future holds for additive print technologies.
In this webinar, we discuss:
- the different types of 3D printing
- the differences between brands of 3D Printers
- what accuracy is in print manufacturing
- how light activated resins work
- the difference between additive and reductive manufacturing