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SprintRay Launches Pro 2 3D Printer Along with New Resins


The company’s latest 3D printer, combined with new resins and a strong partnership with Ivoclar, set to allow clinicians to fabricate appliances with optimal anatomy and a precise marginal fit, and more.

SprintRay Launches Pro 2 3D Printer Along with New Resins | Image Credit: © SprintRay, Inc

SprintRay Launches Pro 2 3D Printer Along with New Resins | Image Credit: © SprintRay, Inc

The new Pro2 desktop 3D printer is the latest addition to SprintRay’s line of printers and it is being introduced along with 2 new resins from the company's BioMaterial Innovation Lab—a direct-print Retainer, and a next-gen Dental Model resin.

Pro2 is the first 3D printer from SprintRay powered by all-new Optical Panel technology, featuring a 35-micron XY resolution and 385 nm UV light. The proprietary new light engine can print up to 6 full-arch dental models in 15 minutes with more than 99% dimensional stability, according to the manufacturer. Combined with the new Dental Model and direct print Retainer resins, this 3D printer is set to help clinicians fabricate appliances with optimal anatomy and a precise marginal fit.

Additionally, the company plans to build on its recently announced partnership with Ivoclar, announcing plans to validate Ivoclar resins with the SprintRay 3D printing ecosystem. This will expand access to a comprehensive range of restorative materials, and allow dentists and orthodontists to deliver care faster with more flexibility than ever before, the company states.

"Previously, dentists had to choose between precision and production throughput. Pro2 eliminates this paradigm," Amir Mansouri, PhD, SprintRay co-founder and CEO, says in a press release. "The Pro2 prints with industry-leading speed, has a large build area, and is extremely accurate, making it a single machine perfect for both high-volume orthodontic production and precise restorative appliances."

Next-Gen Materials

The SprintRay Biomaterial Innovation Lab is described as a hub dedicated solely to advancing material science and the art of the possible with dental 3D printing. These latest innovations have expanded the comprehensive range of restorative materials, and opened more possibilities.

  • SprintRay Retainer: A resin enabling direct 3D printing of retainers, eliminating traditional labor steps for faster production and same-day delivery.
  • SprintRay Dental Model: Advanced resin for orthodontic and dental models, offering significant speed improvements and accuracy for digital workflows.
  • Ivoclar Resins: Combined with SprintRay's growing resin portfolio, the addition of Ivoclar's resins will equip clinicians and labs with more access to an expanded library of leading materials.

The company says SprintRay's Pro 2 3D printer and resin portfolio are available for purchase now and begin shipping this summer.

SprintRay designs and manufactures user-friendly and cutting-edge dental equipment including 3D printers and post-processing ecosystems, 3D printing software featuring AI technology, and an array of innovative 3D resins.

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