Digital Smile Design (DSD) has recently announced its official partnership with Formlabs Dental.
A global player in the field of 3D printing, Formlabs aims to expand access to digital fabrication so that anyone can make anything. This new collaboration underlines DSD’s continued commitment to joining forces with key organizations who share the same values, a vision for the future of dentistry and a dedication to advancing the profession.
Prior to this official partnership, DSD has been a firm supporter of Formlabs Dental for many years and has been using its 3D printers since the Form 2 with significant success in the DSD Lab which manufactures products for a client base around the world.
About DSD and Formlabs Dental
The enthusiasm for this collaboration is echoed by George Cabanas, DSD Research and Development Manager: “With this new collaboration, we look forward to continuing to make printing technology commonplace in dental clinics and advancing the printing of more advanced appliances, based on new resins. All of this will help dentists to provide even better and more precise services for their patients”.
DSD Lab currently has five Form 3B printers and will continue to expand this number as Cabanas explains:
“The ease of use of the Form 3B/3B+ printers, the variety of resins, and the affordable system price make it a no-brainer for any dental lab to introduce multiple Formlabs printers into their production process.”
Formlabs is a global company with 10 offices worldwide and headquarters in Somerville, Massachusetts, USA. Dedicated to delivering a new standard of care in digital dentistry, Formlabs Dental delivers versatile and reliable solutions when it comes to 3D printing of dental appliances. Among its offerings are hardware and software solutions, biocompatible workflow options, a dental service plan, and the company’s education platform, Dental Academy.
DSD is delighted to make this new collaboration official and together, DSD and Formlabs Dental will pursue opportunities that better serve both clinicians and patients. A schedule of dedicated projects is already in production that spans dental education initiatives through to research and development.