New biocompatible, model 3D printing resins improve performance and choice.
SprintRay has expanded its 3D printing resin portfolio with four new FDA-compliant, biocompatible, dental 3D printing resins; SprintRay Splint, SprintRay Surgical Guide 2, SprintRay Try-In and SprintRay IDB
Also added to the growing product line and new model resins are Die and Model Tan and Die and Model Gray
“With these resins, doctors can design, print, and place final dental parts for treatment in a single day,” said James Lobsenz, director of marketing at SprintRay, about the announcement. “Biocompatible materials are the future of dental 3D printing, and these new resins offer the best value for money on the market. They are the next step in our mission to make 3D printing easy and accessible to dental professionals. Our model resins offer improved speed and accuracy, to further improve the productivity of in-office 3D printing.”
These biocompatible and model resins arrive closely with the shipping of the first SprintRay Pro 3D printers, which SprintRay announced last November. The resins, which are developed and tested on SprintRay’s own printers, are designed to offer best-in-class printing speed, mechanical properties, and materials workability for existing SprintRay hardware customers.
In addition to the new model and biocompatible offerings, SprintRay is also releasing Castable 2, a wax-based resin used for casting copings and other substructures and plans to add more new resinsin the future.