Lab Day Chicago 2018
More than 30 years ago, our founder – Chuck Hull – invented 3D printing. Since then, our broad range of clinically validated technologies and materials have enabled dental laboratories and clinics to access advanced digital workflows, driving speed, efficiency and precision across a range of indications.
At Lab Day, we’ll take our digital dentistry solutions to the next level – announcing a new platform and materials that will empower dental labs and clinics to redefine their workflow and enhance patient care. Join us in Hyatt Regency Chicago (booth M-20) from February 23 to 24 and explore the advantages NextDent and 3D Systems offer to the dental industry. If you haven’t already registered to participate in Lab Day, visit the Lab Day site and log in to secure your place.
3D Systems Sessions
Hear and learn from one of our own dental industry experts during Lab Day 2018.
Friday, February 23: 4-5 PM
Saturday, February 24: 9-10 AM
Saturday, February 24: 2-3 PM
Comiskey Room at the Hyatt Regency (West Tower, Bronze Level)
Advance Applications Engineer, Dental
This session will explore a revolutionary new technology that is expanding the role additive manufacturing plays in the Dental industry. The portfolio of materials, technology and services will add important factors for the customers including improved accuracy and repeatability, lower total cost of operations, and increased productivity.
With this solution, 3D printing Dental Production, Prototyping and Sacrificial Prints will become possible for the mass majority. Each solution can be customized and configured based on the customer’s specific use cases and applications. This portfolio will deliver a high-speed solution for improved productivity and guaranteed accuracies which meets all the required regulatory approvals.
By focusing on the customer needs and offering several product solutions in the dental field, the overall workflow will be improved. With this technology Final Crowns, Bridges, Dentures and Orthodontic biocompatible appliances can be printed in an economical, sustainable and productive manner. The user will not only be supplied with the technology but will also receive the necessary training and service levels to enhance the market approach.