ROCK HILL, SC and KOBLACH, Austria, Oct 23, 2018 – 3D Systems, the originator of 3D printing, and Amann Girrbach, a leading supplier of digital dental prosthetic solutions, today announced that Amann Girrbach will be integrating 3D Systems’ NextDent 5100 3D printing solution into its Ceramill System digital dental workflow. This will allow the Austrian-based company, which has partners in over 90 countries worldwide, to offer its thousands of dental lab customers an expanded integrated solution that combines dental-optimized 3D printing with its suite of CAD/CAM software, digital milling and testing equipment.
Powered by 3D Systems’ proprietary Figure 4 technology, NextDent 5100 is a complete 3D printing dental solution that produces precision trays, models, surgical guides, dentures, orthodontic splints, crowns and bridges at print speeds up to 4x faster and at significantly reduced cost compared to competitive systems. It supports the industry’s most extensive dental materials portfolio with 30 unique biocompatible and CE-certified NextDent materials available to cover a broad range of dental applications for lab managers, dental technicians, dental prosthetic technicians and clinical prosthodontists and orthodontists. 3D Systems 3D Sprint software provides a single interface for file preparation, editing, printing and management, and is now fully integrated with the Ceramill CAD/CAM workflow.
“With the addition of 3D Systems’ NextDent 5100 3D printing to our Ceramill System, we can offer our customers a more feature-rich digital dental workflow that will make them more competitive and efficient,” said Christian Ermer, head of product management at Amann Girrbach. Amann Girrbach. “For example, a dental model is an important part of the restoration process and now with the Next Dent 5100 our customers can print their own models cost-effectively without having to move outside the Ceramill workflow. The NextDent 5100 can also produce bridges, crowns and even the full denture which dramatically lowers production costs and reduces turnaround time. This is certainly a win-win for our customers and their dental patients.”
“Additive manufacturing is transforming the way dental applications are planned, produced and delivered, due in large part to the wide variety of NextDent materials that are regulatory approved and clinically evaluated. We are pleased that Amann Girrbach, an industry leader in dental CAD/CAM solutions, is adopting our NextDent 5100 as the additive component in the Ceramlll workflow,” said Rik Jacobs, vice president, general manager, dental, 3D Systems. “Amann Girrbach’s customers are getting a trusted connection – a complete fast and accurate dental 3D printing solution that will work seamlessly with their existing Ceramill equipment and processes. This new partnership with Amann Girrbach is an important milestone in our strategy to redefine digital dentistry and demonstrate our ability to optimize production workflows.”
About Amann Girrbach
Amann Girrbach, one of the leading innovators and full-service provider in digital dental prosthetics, is championing the cause to enable a complete in-house process chain for its customers. As a result, labs profit from perfect quality frameworks, but also from efficiently arranged workflows, reproducibility and dependable processing and a sophisticated CAD/CAM material range. Thus, the Ceramill CAD/CAM system is one of the most versatile and technically adept on the market which incorporates 35 years’ experience and know-how in CAD/CAM. The high degree of inhouse production spanning the product idea up to final assembly allows Amann Girrbach to adapt its systems to economic and dental-specific requirements right from scratch.
Get more information about Amann Girrbach at www.amanngirrbach.com.
About 3D Systems
3D Systems is the originator of 3D printing and an innovator of future 3D solutions. It has spent its 30-year history enabling professionals and companies to optimize their designs, transform their workflows, bring groundbreaking products to market and drive new business models. This is achieved with the Company’s best of breed digital manufacturing ecosystem. It’s comprised of plastic and metal 3D printers, print materials, on demand manufacturing services and end-to-end manufacturing software solutions. Combinations of these products and services address a variety of advanced applications- ranging from aerospace, automotive, and consumer goods to medical, dental, and jewelry. For example, 3D Systems’ precision healthcare capabilities include simulation, virtual surgical planning, and printing of medical and dental devices as well as patient-specific surgical instruments.
More information on the company is available at www.3dsystems.com.