SprintRay and Patterson Dental will distribute resin 3D printing technologies to dental practices

SprintRay and Patterson Dental will bring high-resolution desktop 3D printers, resins, and accessories to dental practices throughout the USA and Canada.

SprintRay is a Los Angeles-based company which manufactures professional-grade and affordable 3D printing technology.  

As for Patterson Dental, the business unit of Patterson Companies will distribute a wide range of SprintRay’s solutions including the MoonRay desktop 3D printer, as well as a variety of resins, and accessories.

Moonray Desktop 3D printers – Image via SprintRay

Image via SprintRay – created with MoonRay materials

Over time, digital dentistry requires a 3D printing solution to provide both doctors and patients with the best experience possible. According to Josh Killian, Vice President of Marketing for Patterson Dental, these desktop 3D printing appliances and models in house are already playing a key role in dental care.

As for Amir Mansouri, CEO of SprintRay, he explains their excitment and their choice for this collaboration with Patterson Dental: “The company has a proven track record for bringing the most innovative and influential technologies to the dental market.

In Europe

formlabs is one of the manufacturers which provides biocompatible resin in desktop 3D printing for orthodontic applications and for orthodontic devices.

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