explore moreAdditive Manufacturing Application in Dentistry
Additive manufacturing, also known as 3D printing, is the pioneer of digital dentistry. Additive manufacturing emerged as a new technology in the 1980s, but it did not become mainstream until the 21st
explore moreWhy EP-M150 Metal Dental 3D Printer is Widely Recognized Worldwide?
Numerous clients worldwide have ordered EP-M150 metal dental 3d printer from Eplus3D and some of them have already been ready for shipment.
explore moreHow to choose the Right Dental 3D Printer?
Compared to traditional methods, 3d printing being applied in dentistry can bring many advantages. If you are looking for a metal dental 3d printer, additive manufacturing machine EP-M150 from Eplus3D is highly recommended. Why?
explore more5 Advantages and 2 Challenges of 3D Printing in Dentistry
3D printing technology has been applied to various types of industries, such as tooling, automotive, aerospace consumer products and others. But it’s still relatively new to dentistry. Today we will present you the major advantages and challenges of 3D printing in dentistry compared to traditional technology to help you have a better understanding of their differences.
explore moreComparison of 3D Printing TC4 and CoCrMo Material in Dentistry
Studies have shown that titanium alloy has strong wear resistance, good cell compatibility and strong corrosion resistance, which is the first choice of dental application materials, followed by cobalt-chromium alloy materials.
explore moreManufacturing and Materials of 3D Printed Cranial Plates
Modern 3D printers are compatible with a number of plastics and metals that meet these qualifications. Today, we’ve outlined a few of the most commonly used 3D printed materials for the cranial plates.
explore moreProfessional Software Solutions for Dental Applications Eplus3D & Voxeldance
Facing the market challenges, EPLUS 3D worked together Voxeldance to overcome the difficulties. After months of testing and optimization, we developed a series of excellent 3D printing pre-processing software tools for dental application.
explore more3D Printing & Milling in Dentistry
3D printing in dentistry and orthodontics is relatively new, but it’s already impressively large and is constantly growing and developing.
explore moreMetal 3D Printing Solution in Dentistry
Dental 3D printing is a new technology in digital dentistry.