3D Print Surgical Guides

The first full service solution for 3D printing FDA-compliant implant guides in your office, from scan to surgery.

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3D Print Surgical Guides

Receive all the clinical benefits of guided surgery with rapid turnaround times and minimal material cost by printing guides in-office. Upload your scan and CBCT data to SprintRay Cloud Design and receive printable 3D files designed specifically for SprintRay Pro. 3D print the surgical guide in as little as 30 minutes. 

Immediately insert surgical guide sleeves post-print for increased precision, then post-process and sterilize. SprintRay Surgical Guide 2 resin features excellent mechanical properties and can be sterilized using standard autoclave protocols without affecting dimensional accuracy.

Key Benefits

  • Go from scan to print with integrated Cloud Design and SprintRay Pro 3D printers
  • Fabricate precision, FDA-compliant guides in as little as 30 minutes
  • Control costs with an estimated $2 in materials cost per printed guide

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Full-Arch Surgical Guides

With SprintRay Pro, you can fabricate surgical guides of all kinds, including full-arch multi-site implant guides, bone reduction guides, and more. Thanks to the incredible dimensional accuracy and rapid production speeds, same-day guided surgery is now possible. 

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Quadrant Implant Guides

For single-unit dental implants, 3D printing provides a rapid, repeatable workflow for the production of implant guides. Simply scan, order your design with Dashboard Design, and fabricate your FDA-compliant guide. 

Practice Insights

Dr. August de Oliveria: The 3D Printer Tipping Point

Dr. August de Oliveira is a leading voice in the digital dentistry movement. A long-time advocate of 3D printing surgical guides and more in the dental office, he leverages the technology to reduce costs and increase delivery speed for multiple therapies. In this Practice Insights, learn Dr. de Oliveria's story, from his early 3D printing days till now. He shares his tips for what to look out for when purchasing a 3D printer, as well as an overview of how 3D printing has impacted his practice.

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Return on Investment

3D printing surgical guides in-office allows you to rapidly deliver guided surgery at a very low cost. Most clinics break even on their investment in just a few months.

Profit & Cost with SprintRay

Annual Profit with 3D Printing
Monthly Profit with 3D Printing
Cost Per 3D Printed Appliance $125
Monthly Equipment Cost* $583

*Cost based on total equipment sale financed for 24 months at 0% APR.

Annual Profit with 3D Printing $

By Taking advantage of SprintRay 3D printing, you could net $ in your first year!

3D Printing Vs Outsourcing
Annual Savings $

By outsourcing production, producing of Surgical Guides per year would cost you . 3D printing those parts with SprintRay would only cost you !

Monthly Production Cost
Time Savings

With SprintRay 3D printing, you could save your patients of wait time between appointments in your first year.

Reduced Delivery Time
Profit Up To

$ 3,000

Per Case

When 3D printing even just a few full-arch surgical guides per month, mosts clinics break even on their investment after just two or three months compared to traditional manufacturing methods.

Printing can help clinics maximize their income streams and multiply investments in other digital technologies such as intraoral scanning. SprintRay Pro is capable of fabricating a wide array of appliances other than surgical guides, making it a highly versatile tool for almost every dental office.

In-office manufacturing costs listed include monthly equipment cost and digital design fee if applicable. Labor, materials, and consumables costs are not listed in this calculator. This calculator is for demonstrative purposes only. Actual experience may vary.

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Digital Workflow Explained

3D Printing Surgical Guides

Using intraoral scan and optional CBCT data, you can use 3rd-party software to design and 3D print surgical guides in-office using SprintRay 3D printers. Once the surgical guide is printed, it needs to be washed and post-processed before use. Place guide sleeves into the printed part and sterilize in an autoclave.

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Our large library of dental printing materials are designed to get the most out of SprintRay 3D printers. Whether you're using resins from SprintRay or one of our growing list of materials partners, you’ll receive highly-accurate, outstanding results thanks to our extensive validation process.

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SprintRay Surgical Guide 3

Fast and Accurate Implant Guides

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Surgical Guide 3 is the fastest, most durable implant guide material that SprintRay has ever made. Featuring improvements to flexural strength and modulus vs Surgical Guide 2, you can confidently place implants with this FDA-compliant, biocompatible resin. Plus, improved printing speeds further reduce time to surgery, improving flexibility and offering a superior patient experience.

By taking advantage of SprintRay Cloud Design and the Pro-Line of 3D printers, you can fabricate surgical guides of all kinds varying from single unit quadrants to full-arch multi-unit implant guides.
  • Fastest-ever SprintRay Surgical Guide resin
  • Clear and aesthetic appearance after autoclaving
  • Improved flexural modulus and strength


Higher flexural strength ensures that the guide does not break during use.

SprintRay Surgical Guide 3
105 MPa
SprintRay Surgical Guide 2
88 MPa


Higher flexural modulus prevents the guide from distorting, which can impact placement accuracy during the procedure.

SprintRay Surgical Guide 3
2579 MPa
SprintRay Surgical Guide 2
2418 MPa


Lower viscosity values indicate that the resin is easier to mix.

SprintRay Surgical Guide 3
343 Centipoise
SprintRay Surgical Guide 2
700 Centipoise
SprintRay Pro 3D Printer

More Accurate than Stone

A recent university study found SprintRay Pro more accurate and consistent than traditional alginate methods. With an average RMS of 129±16μm for 3D printing compared to 177±25μm for alginate methods, SprintRay Pro is ready to meet the clinical demands of contemporary dentistry

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Dental 3D Printing Control Center

RayWare is the 3D printing software that’s designed specifically for dental professionals. It’s easy to learn, and our California-based support team is just a phone call away. In addition to nesting printable files, RayWare allows you to fix, close, and base raw intraoral scans from any scanner with a click of a button.
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Compatible 3D Scanners

You can use any scanner type you’d like with RayWare. We accept any .STL formatted scan data. This list of scanners shows many options that our customers often use, but it is not an exclusive list.

  • 3Shape - Desktop & IOS
  • Planmeca - IOS
  • Cerec - IOS
  • 3M - IOS
  • iTero - IOS
  • Medit - Desktop & IOS
  • Dental Wings - Desktop & IOS
  • Carestream - IOS
  • Shining 3D - Desktop & IOS
  • Condor - IOS
  • Heron - IOS
  • Open Technologies - Desktop

Compatible Design Software

RayWare allows you to choose a dental design software that meets your clinical needs. This list shows our recommended options, but RayWare accepts any design file formatted in .STL, which means you can use whatever you’re most comfortable with.

  • 3Shape
  • BlueSkyBio
  • Exocad
  • Archform
  • Orthoselect
  • eXceed Ortho

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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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