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Summer of RayWare: Pixel Toning

In Case Studies by Tyler Brouwer

Pixel Toning is an exciting new innovation that helps make your SprintRay 3D printer new again by radically improving the surface quality of your printed parts. A triumph of synergy between software and hardware, Pixel Toning represents a big step on the path of SprintRay’s commitment to creating future-proof products that get better over time. We’re incredibly proud of the …

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The Summer of Rayware: SprintRay Pro, Reborn

In News by Tyler Brouwer

This winter, we made huge strides with SprintRay Pro. We enabled the tank heater and introduced Road Supports, offering improved print performance and better platform adhesion. We tested and validated several resins from KeyStone, including the revolutionary KeySplint Soft. In the one year since Pro was first shipped, we’ve worked hard to improve the whole ecosystem to give our community …

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3D Printing Models: Hollow vs Solid

In Case Studies by Tyler Brouwer

Decision Points: Hollow or Solid? Creating models for the fabrication of clear retainers or aligners presents a rapid, high-value return on investment for dental 3D printing. While this therapy has been one of the driving forces in the adoption of 3D printing in dental clinics, there is disagreement within the community on exactly how one should go about it. For …

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Practice Insights: The Foundry Dental Center

In Interviews by Tyler Brouwer

Delivering top-quality care while keeping fees affordable for those in need is a big challenge. While many community clinics are just focused on removing or reducing pain, Dr. Ben Kellum and his staff at The Foundry Dental Center are determined to offer full-spectrum care at their clinic. With ten operatories treating over twelve-thousand patients per year, Dr. Kellum spends a …

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Dr. David Honey’s Socially-distanced 3D Denture

In Interviews by Tyler Brouwer

The challenges of operating a dental practice in 2020 are unprecedented. With many offices closed to all but emergency patients, many clinicians are taking advantage of this opportunity to get educated on new technology. Recently, Dr. David Honey demonstrated just how valuable that technology can be, when he leveraged his SprintRay 3D printer to deliver emergency care while maintaining social …

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