Stratasys, the American giant of additive manufacturing, needs no introduction. Founded in 1989 by Scott Crump, the company is now present in many industries. For example, Stratasys solutions are used in sectors such as automotive, aerospace, electronics and medical. And with the Origin One Dental 3D printer, Stratasys is addressing, as the name suggests, the dental industry. A very dynamic market that is expected to be worth more than 6.5 billion dollars by 2025.
Features of the Origin One Dental 3D printer
Based on P3 technology, the Origin One Dental allows dental industry professionals to realize many different applications. With a print volume of 192 x 108 x 370 mm, the machine allows for precise control of light, temperature, and other parameters to optimize printing processes. The company says that, thanks to user-friendly and easy-to-use software, the solution streamlines the digital workflow and maximizes yields.
In terms of applications that can be achieved with the Stratasys machine, the company says that dental models, occlusal trays and even surgical guides can be produced. In addition, the Origin One Dental, with its fast printing speed, ensures a high production flow for its users. Stratasys confirms that the solution offers high accuracy for restorative and orthodontic models. In addition, given its competitively priced resins and high throughput, the Origin One Dental Printer would be well suited for this demanding application.