The company announced the release of 2 new products at its 3D Next Summit in Miami, Florida.
Digital dentistry and 3D printing company SprintRay, Inc announced the release of 2 new products at its 3D Next Summit in Miami, Florida. The ProCure2 is the company’s more powerful and faster Speed to Care ecosystem solution, while the OnX is said to be the first radiopaque 3D printer resin for implant-supported hybrid dentures.
The new ProCure 2 can reportedly reduce post-curing times by 10x or more, which is designed to open the doors to chairside 3D printing in dentistry. With 25x more light power from a custom curing engine, dental professionals can cure a night guard in just 3 minutes—no preheating required. Mated to a user-friendly, cloud-connected touchscreen computer, chairside 3D printing is now as simple as pressing a button.
SprintRay’s OnX is designed to deliver best-in-class flexural strength and offer a balance of strength and modulus for full arch restorations. OnX is a nanoceramic hybrid Class II 3D printing resin used for the production of denture teeth and features an optimal combination of translucency and opacity to mimic realistic dentition. This resin is said to be exceptionally esthetic and easy to characterize.