I recently spoke with a dentist who has been contemplating going digital for quite some time now. Her end goal is to improve quality and save time. She sent me an email with a list of great questions and concerns. Here are my answers.
One of the most important things to understand in the Digital Design World is that what you see on the screen is not necessarily accurate. How many times have you designed a smile case only to produce it and find the centrals are too short, too long, or the midline is canted.
3D printers all print. What determines the quality differences between them is primarily the printer’s X,Y accuracy. Whether one or another printer is right for your lab may include other considerations like the throughput (production), speed, footprint, and low cost.
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