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4.0 INDUSTRY IN DENTAL AREA: the resistance to change

The term Industry 4.0 specifies the aptitude to the industrial automation which integrate the new productive technologies in order to improve the work conditions and raise the productivity. For dental products and services this industry typology is already present in Italy from several years: this is underlined from the abroad exportations (many countries all around […]

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Laser Melting, the secret ingredient in dental

The laser melting process is an additive technique belonging to the world of 3D printing and rapid prototyping, now capable of making metal objects, and therefore final, with full density, high geometric complexity and excellent mechanical properties. Laser melting technology represents the evolution of the selective laser sintering process, developed and patented by Carl Deckard […]

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DIGITAL OR NOT DIGITAL – digital dentistry

Why switch to digital dentistry Change is always difficult, a dilemma that each of us must face in everyday life. And at work it’s even more complicated: the fears and the doubts, the time to devote, the unknowns in leaving the beaten path seem magnified when compared to how we used to do our work […]

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3D PRINTING OF METALS: THE NEW TREND

Great innovation, several advances, countless advantages: especially in recent years we have learned to appreciate 3D printing not only as a useful ally in the designing phase but also as a new milestone in the final production in multiple sectors. In fact, if plastic materials started bossing around in the field of prototyping, 3D printing […]

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Customization: the real heart of 3D printing

Historically born for prototyping purposes, Additive Manufacturing, formerly known as 3D printing, experiences now a urging trend towards the production of custom parts on demand, reversing the market with its infinitive possibility of complex geometries and incredible shapes, unachievable with traditional methods (if you wish to know more about the incredible history of this technology […]

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The evolution of 3D printing

Everyone is talking about it as it were the newest and most innovative trend wherever, but it is not. 3D printing is actually an ’80s technology that only in a decade has developed its 3 main typologies: SLA (stereolithography), SLS (Selective Laser Sintering) and FDM (Fused Deposition Modeling). Not sure about what I am talking […]

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