Digital Dentistry with 3D Printer

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Digital Dentistry with 3D Printer


According to the Stratasys 3D printing dental solutions,” 3D printing is playing a significant role in dental and Orthodontic labs because 3D printers can do fast and good quality production.  With the help of CAD/CAM design, 3D printers can make crowns, bridges, and Orthodontic appliances.  Stratasys provides 3D printing dental solutions including the Object260 Dental Selection 3D Printer”.:)

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http://www.stratasys.com/industries/dental#sthash.2v2l8cyB.dpuf

https://www.renishaw.com/en/renishaw-enhancing-efficiency-in-manufacturing-and-healthcare–1030

http://www.air-cosmos.com/2015/03/09/29985-new-objet260-dental-selection-3d-printer-takes-digital-dentistry-realism-and-precision-to-the-next-level

 

 

 

 

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Win $ 500 cash: 3D Printer Design Contest by EnvisionTec

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Win $ 500 cash: 3D Printer Design Contest by EnvisionTec

According to Las Vegas JCK show,” floor has a Ring Design Contest sponsored by EnvisionTEC on May 29, 2015, between 10 am to 2 pm Friday.  Participants can bring an STL file with a 3D printer design on the flash drive.  EnvisionTEC will be 3D printing the designs.  EnvisionTEC will introduce a new 3D printing material QView that allows fast 3D printing,

They will announce the result  June 1, 2015, at 1 pm in booth B6648.  The winner will win Win $500 Cash or $2000 off EnvisionTec Micro 3d printer”.

http://envisiontec.com/2015-ring-design-contest/

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The Green 3d Print

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The Green 3d Print


according to Dr. Joshua Pearce, ” he is the professor at Michigan Technological University, “The Professor has worked to develop Eco-friendly techniques for 3D printing.  His technique reduces carbon footprint.  Professor Pearce has developed a “Recyclebot” to create plastic filament using recycled milk jugs.  3D printers use this material for creating structures.   His study found that using recycled materials at home to create filament uses one-fortieth the amount of energy it would take to create it commercially”.

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http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Joshua_Pearce

http://www.mtu.edu/ece/department/faculty/full-time/pearce/

http://www.nbcnewyork.com/news/national-international/3-D-Printing-Green-Plastic-Carbon-Footprint-298626001.html