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Dental AM Focus 2020 eBook

Introducing our ninth eBook edition

There is a lot to smile about when talking about 3D printing and the dental industry. The dental market was the first to truly utilize additive manufacturing for the production of end-use parts and today it is one of the segments which has most broadly adopted the technology.

In this eBook, 3dpbm’s ninth, we look at how dental applications have shaped the growth of AM and how 3D printing has played a disruptive role in the emergence of digital dentistry. In this publication, we analyze additive manufacturing’s multi-billion-dollar value in the dental market; zoom in on a key application area—clear dental aligners; speak to LightForce Orthodontics, a company transforming orthodontic care with 3D printing; and highlight 30 of the most interesting and influential players in the dental AM space. 

3dpbm’s eBook can be viewed by scrolling through the document above or downloaded for viewing on your favorite mobile device. In our effort to maintain an open discourse and open access to AM news, the publication is free to access. We at 3dpbm have been eagerly following the progress of dental applications in additive manufacturing for years, and are pleased to put the segment in the spotlight in a new, reader-friendly way.

You can find some of our recent eBook editions below:

All 2020 editions can be found here.

Interested in being featured in a future AM Focus 2020 eBook? Get in touch to discuss collaboration opportunities.

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Tess Boissonneault

Tess Boissonneault is a Montreal-based content writer and editor with five years of experience covering the additive manufacturing world. She has a particular interest in amplifying the voices of women working within the industry and is an avid follower of the ever-evolving AM sector. Tess holds a master's degree in Media Studies from the University of Amsterdam.

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2 Comments

  1. So – the dental industry 3DP of end use parts predates the Hearing Aid industry 3DP of end use parts?… Hearing aid shells have been SLA for decades.

    1. Very true. I guess we could have said “one of the very first” however the dental industry is significantly more relevant than the hearing aids segment. I do have to admit that 3D printed hearing aids never got the recognition they deserve as the first real mass customization and serial production application of AM.

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