Additive Manufacturing – AM is a process of 3D printing technology, operating on the method of accreting each layer of materials to produce the final product. This technology is applied in many fields, especially the dental field.
So invite readers to explore the interesting things that the production technology brings to the dentistry is what?
Fully integrated dental solutions from EOS enable the production of high quality final dental products along with a high and continuous reproducibility process. It doesn’t matter if you produce crowns, bridges or a denture instead, the accretion production technology that EOS will always help you achieve great economic value. Therefore, laboratories or manufacturers can work more efficiently.
Successful implementation of industrial quality standards can bring great economic value to EOS’s integrated quality management system, ensuring product quality, processes and services. EOS.
Application of accreting production technology in the production of dental restorations:
First of all, additive manufacturing is a process of using 3D data on a patient’s oral health as a basis, this is done using a 3D scanner. The data is then processed directly without loss of accuracy, such as being experienced with conventional display methods, to create a false model or model and then cut into layers.
The EOS system contains a layer of metal or plastic that creates each desired geometric layer. A focused laser beam then fused the powder material on the provided digital database. Once a layer has been completed, the powder layer is lowered by several percent mm and the process begins again. The final product is characterized by the highest quality. It meets the demand for accuracy, aesthetics and financial requirements.
EOS process chains provide high flexibility because it has an open system interface. Users can select optional modules and exchange data. EOS systems operate with STL data (STL = Surface Tessname Language, standard file format for 3D data) so dental technicians can use many computer-aided design programs. Thanks to the independent system structure, the digital CAD / CAM process in data design and processing can be adapted to practical or laboratory dental and economic requirements. achieve and optimize production processes.
Additive Manufacturing has been used in the production of crowns and bridges since 2005, with more than 60 systems installed worldwide, this is considered the most popular technology used in the production of this detail. About 6.8 million units are being produced by 3D printers each year.
The CE certified material of EOS CobaltChrom SP2 (CE 0537) and the EOSINT M 270 system are used for digital production of crowns and bridges. Both elements of the process chain come from EOS and meet high quality standards for medical products. Complete products comply with EN 1641 related standards as well as EN ISO 22674.
Thanks to AM technology, the production of dental parts is faster and more cost-effective. EOS 3D printing system operates at full capacity and can produce about 450 details at the lowest cost within 24 hours. After the construction process, dental prostheses are separated from the base and completed. Compost production is an industrial production process and thanks to the high productivity of the system, production costs decrease while the quality of the final product remains high.
Compared to conventional production methods, digital production method saves a lot of time: design for removable part denture is ready in about 15 minutes with just a few mouse clicks. Thanks to the flexibility in AM’s design, modeling software is not limited by production techniques.
EOS printer system works very precisely so that lab operations operate more easily and efficiently. Prosthetic dental parts are manufactured with stable high quality. At the same time this production is also very economical, about 48 details can be produced within 24 hours.
Remove dental parts are manufactured from EOSINT M 270. Fine powder particles of the material create a smooth structure compared to castings and material properties compared to the application. Prosthetic parts manufactured with the help of computers are more durable than conventional casting models and have a lower risk of fracture.
Both materials and systems come from EOS that meet high quality standards applicable to medical products. The final products comply with EN 1641 related standards as well as EN ISO 22674.
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