Altem Technologies today announced a new series of 3D printers for orthodontic practices and laboratories. The new printers as the company claims will allow dental professionals to make use of digital dentistry from their desktop computers itself.
Moreover, Altem who is the leading partners for Stratasys and SLM in India further claims that the 3D Printers will enable any lab or dental clinic to fabricate stone models from their desk tops for appliances, delivery and positioning trays, models for clear aligners, retainers and surgical guides.
With this 3D Printing technology, dentists will get more accurate results and will save time on those messy time consuming procedures. Not only dentists, it can also save up to 50 per cent of technician’s time in designing and manufacturing restorations which eventually will reduce costs on operational level.
“Altem is leading the way in helping to advance patient care by introducing solutions that enable personalized surgical planning and mass customization. No more guessing or no more figuring-it-out as we go only digital precision.â€â€“ Says Mr. Prasad Rodagi, Founder-Director â€“ Altem Technologies P. Ltd.
Combined with PolyJet technology, these 3D Printers with its various materials can be applicable in various situations. For example, Objet 30 Orthodesk can be used for the dental clinic and small lab based set up while Objet 30 Dental Prime can be used for more accurate and faster model preparations. Else, Eden 260VS, the first PolyJet 3D printer can provide with a soluble support option to minimize the hands-on time and effort Lastly, Eden 500V can be perfect for mass production and for bigger labs.