3D printing forecasts in Dentistry. 3D printing saves dental technicians time. 3D printing technology, and can help us to familiarize ourselves with the options and determine if it is the right tool for us and dentist.
Dental 3D printers technology uses lasers that are polymerized a liquid or fuse a powder with the computer-guided precision required to produce small objects with intricate details.
As Arturo Tedeschi and DesignMorphine (Michael Pryor and Pavlina Vardoulaki Pryor) said, in the Venice Glass Week 2020. Their project horizON is based on the belief that the industry of next years won’t only evolve through a constant, technological upgrade of products, but reconsidering and reintegrating values such as uniqueness, hand-making, and even “imperfection.
The project is based on the architectural interiors, merging high-tech and low-tech, 3D printing and Murano glass craftsmanship, algorithmic design, and LED technology.