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SprintRay Announces Midas Digital Press 3D Printer


SprintRay unveiled the Midas Digital Press 3D Printer, featuring Digital Press Stereolithography technology and a Resin Capsule System for new capabilities in 3D printing.

SprintRay Announces Midas Digital Press 3D Printer. Image credit: © SprintRay

SprintRay Announces Midas Digital Press 3D Printer. Image credit: © SprintRay

3D printing company SprintRay has announced its latest innovation, the Midas Digital 3D Printer. The Midas Digital Press introduces the first-ever Digital Press Stereolithography (DPS) technology, along with a patent-pending Resin Capsule System. This new technology enables the utilization of previously unworkable and highly viscous resins in 3D printing processes, per a press release from the company.

Amir Mansouri, PhD, co-founder and CEO of SprintRay, emphasized in the press release the pivotal role of materials in dictating possibilities within the dental restoration field, "The introduction of Midas revolutionizes both the manner in which material is transformed and reveals an entirely new paradigm of what can actually be printed."

Midas is said to enable chairside fabrication of crowns, inlays, onlays, and veneers, with the first Midas resin boasting over 70% ceramic filler and capable of printing in under 8 minutes, according to co-founder of MOD Institute, Wally Renne, DMD. The Midas printer, coupled with SprintRay's AI Studio design software, aims to streamline chairside design restoration delivery. AI Studio, a cloud-based design software, automates the creation of dental restorations while integrating with various scanners and design software, eliminating the need for extensive CAD experience.

Moreover, SprintRay's partnership with Ivoclar for material development sets the stage for future advancements in biomaterials. Midas and AI Studio, and NanoCure, hope to represent a significant advancement in dental restoration manufacturing, characterized by speed, simplicity, and collaborative innovation in restorative materials. The waitlist for Midas is now open, with deliveries scheduled to begin in quarter 4 of 2024.

For more information visit the website here.

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