Following the success of the company’s first dentistry 3D printer, the Structo OrthoForm, launched just last year, Structo is expanding its range of application-specific 3D printers with the Structo DentaForm, capable of fast 3D printing at 50 micrometers (x/y) accuracy. Download the Structo-DentaForm-3D-Printer-Technical-Datasheet
“We are revolutionizing digital dentistry by breaking through the speed limits of 3D printers today. The Structo DentaForm will open up a whole new range of dental applications that can now work with our lightning-fast Mask Stereolithography (MSLA) technology.” Huub van Esbroeck, Structo Co-founder.
With a large build platform measuring 200x150mm, the Structo DentaForm is designed to print highly accurate precision models for the fitting of crowns and bridges in the area of restorative dentistry. Users can now print full arches and quadrants that are extremely precise with reproducible fit at a high throughput. Mask Stereolithography (MSLA) Technology allows the DentaForm to achieve record breaking speeds even at 50 micrometers (XY) resolution print jobs, for increased throughput immediately while still maintaining superior print quality.
“Customers who have experienced the speed of MSLA through the OrthoForm have been asking for a higher resolution solution for the printing of precisions models. Today we are excited and proud to bring that solution to market with the DentaForm.” Dhruv Sahgal, Head of Business Development and Sales at Structo
Visitors who would like to get a hands-on experience with Structo’s dental 3D printers can visit the company’s booth (A10) at the Association of Orthodontists Singapore (AOSC) 2017 conference and trade show at Level 4, Marina Bay Sands, Singapore from 24-26 Feb 2017. Structo will also be exhibiting its solutions at the upcoming International Dental Show (IDS) 2017 taking place in Cologne, Germany on 21-25 March 2017. Visitors who are interested can visit their booth (F62) at Hall 2.1.
Structo is a Singapore-based dental 3D printing solutions provider. The company designs, develop and build 3D printers tailored for dental applications using our unique proprietary MSLA technology. With MSLA, Structo’s 3D printers are able to achieve speeds much higher than conventional SLA printers and are revolutionising the field of digital dentistry with higher throughput and lower costs, all without compromising on print quality. Alongside our dental 3D printers, we also build control systems and software, and formulate our own photopolymer materials tailored specifically to each use-case in a range of dental 3D printing applications.