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Dental White Resin and MFH Crown & Bridge

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SprintRay is excited to announce the public release of our new Dental White Resin! This product has been in the works for a long time, and will be available in the store very soon. SprintRay Dental White Resin is a great material for dental models, helping to lead conversations with patients for restorative care. Orthodontic and study models also benefit …

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Digital Denture Philanthropy

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Since SprintRay pivoted into the dental business, our dream has been to revolutionize dentistry for the better. One of our core principles is that wide-spread use of 3D printing leads to a brighter future. When we first entered the dental market, the 3D-printed digital denture was barely a blip on the radar. This radical new way to build dentures has …

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SprintRay Training Day!

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As SprintRay grows, it’s one of our priorities to keep the small, tight-knit startup culture that has made us great. We recently brought on a handful of new territory representatives, and invited them to fly in to our Los Angeles office for training and a meet-and-greet. High levels of printer understanding are the key to our company’s success, and so …

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Fully Printed Dentures Improve Accessibility

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This month, SprintRay is making an appearance in the aesthetics section of Dental Products Report. The article, about improving accessibility of dentistry with 3D printing, features SprintRay 3D printers and our ability to utilize supported third-party resins to produce fully printed dentures. A New Frontier for Prosthodontics The crux of the article is affordability. Fully printed dentures have previously only …

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SprintRay About Town: New Article in Dentistry Today

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We’re making a splash in Dentistry Today, with an article by Dr. David Kelliny about how 3D printing improves production in dental practices. When going in for a major procedure, patients want their doctors to have the latest dental surgery technology. For Dr. Kelliny and his practice, that means having a SprintRay 3D printer in the office.   Constantly seeking …

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