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Carima is excited to announce new dental 3D printer DS131, a streamlined digital workflow, and a high quality 3D printer, increasing productivity which can further improve profitability. Also, The DS 131 allows users to serve a broader range of dental applications with a single system, reducing equipment costs. Users can experience the DS 131 3D printer to produce realistic 3D printed dental models we couldn't do before. We have not had 3D printed dental models that so closely resemble the actual teeth. This will contribute to better accuracy for dentists and laboratories.
Carima will be in Cologne for IDS 2017. Stop by our booth B054 to learn about 3D printing solutions offered for Dental industry.Also,we will show New dental machine with high resolution for Dentists and Laboratories. Don't miss out on this printer release!
3D printing technology seems to be advancing at the speed of light—but unfortunately, print speeds themselves are nowhere near as fast. Now, Korean 3D printer manufacturer Carima has developed a new technology called C-CAT (Carima-Continuous Additive 3D Printing Technology) that can print at speeds 400 times faster than some of the existing DLP 3D printers. The DLP 3D printer manufacturer was originally founded in 1983 as a photo-conducting business with a focus on revolutionizing how engineers produce optic machinery. Now, 32 years later, they are releasing their C-CAT new technology that focuses on delivering highly-accurate finished parts in high speed.