The dental industry is very aware of open versus closed systems when it comes to scanners and milling systems, but did you know this also applies to 3D printers
Whip Mix is proud to have presented its 7th Annual 2-day Digital Forum last week on September 20 and 21, 2018. The popular event featured well-known experts in CAD CAM, occlusion, regulatory, digital dentures, pressing, etc. Haven’t yet attended one? This is where you need to be!
For dental technicians, it is more important than ever to keep up with digital print technology. This webinar covers the current state of 3D printing technology and the printers presently in the market and what we at Whip Mix believe the future holds for additive print technologies.
Calibration is the result of comparing something to a known standard, then bringing the item into sync with the standard. Periodically, or when conditions change, we do this with porcelain furnaces and burn-out ovens as well. Today, we calibrate our milling machines and 3D printers.
Here’s what you missed! Some useful takeaways from Whip Mix’s Digital Forum 2017.
3D printer resolution plays an important role in choosing a 3D printer. Here’s what you need to know to choose the printer that will provide you the highest precision prints.
3D printing is taking center stage in the dental industry. Let’s take a closer look at the different desktop 3d printers on the market and what you need to know.
What to learn more about the Asiga 3D printers? Here are 8 frequently asked questions.