Ackuretta Technologies will preview its new Diplo 3D printer at its booth at the American Dental Association’s Annual Meeting in Atlanta, Georgia from Oct. 19 – Oct 21. The new Diplo 3D printer is equipped with Ackuretta’s patent Multi-Optical Reflective System (MORS) to deliver mass production capabilities with incredible precision.
The new technology will offer dual print areas on one platform which may print different models with different z-resolutions (5-100 microns) and curing times. With an expansive build area of (2) x 140 x 78 x 110 mm and the capabilities of the MORS technology, the Diplo provides accurate high-speed printing up to 3 times faster than other 3D printers on the market.
“With the exponential growth of direct 3D manufacturing of dental products / parts an increasing demand has arisen for a new generation of highly productive and accurate printers,” said Ayush Bagla, CEO at Ackuretta. “We are excited to bring more innovation to the dental industry. The Diplo offers a unique combination of speed, productivity, and connectivity features that allow users to expedite digital dental workflows.”
The Diplo has raised the industry standards with a combination of sophisticated technology along with an intuitive interface that introduces new features aimed at flexibility resource control, and increased productivity.
Ackuretta Technologies is a leading innovator and manufacturer of professional grade 3D printers and materials for the manufacturing of customized products across a variety of markets. Since its inception, Ackuretta Technologies has developed its own hardware, software, and proprietary materials to offer a full end-to-end solution as well as training and support. Ackuretta Technologies strives to provide the latest innovations in additive manufacturing at best-in-class value empowering customers and partners across a range of vertical markets.