Dental 3D Printing, Defined.

The digital workflow that works for you.


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Pro 3D Printer

Whatever you make, make it in your office.

Built from the ground-up for dental professionals,  SprintRay Pro can leverage biocompatible resins to help your office control costs, expand treatment customization, and breathe new life into your workflow.


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RayWare

Dental 3D printing software for the rest of us.

RayWare is a dental 3D printing software on a mission to make your workflow more efficient. Increase productivity with printability checks, dental CAD features, and STL export.

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Pro Cure

Stronger parts in less time.
SprintRay Pro Cure provides the ideal environment to rapidly cure 3D printed parts. Its heated chamber and dual-frequency LED array maximize the mechanical properties of your models.
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SprintRay 3D Printing Materials

Mechanically superior, FDA-cleared, financially viable.

SprintRay's large library of FDA-cleared biocompatible resins and highly-accurate model materials represent outstanding value and quality for every clinical application.

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Cutting-edge Digital Dentistry Powered by SprintRay

The SprintRay 3D printing ecosystem is designed for the unique needs of dental professionals. With SprintRay as your partner, pushing the boundaries of what’s possible in dentistry has never been easier.

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Latest Dental 3D Printing News

Read the latest news about SprintRay, 3D printing, Digital Dentistry, and more.
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 Dr. Kellum is the Program Director at The Foundry Dental Center, a community clinic in Bessemer, Alabama, where he
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Video Interview: Dr. Wally Renne
SprintRay interviews Dr. Wally Renne, Assistant Dean of Technology at the Medical University of South Carolina School of Dental Medicine,
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