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SprintRay products are built to work together, creating opportunities for collaboration, innovation, and outstanding clinical results. From design to print to post-processing, SprintRay products help you maximize the efficiency of your clinic.
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3D PrinterDental 3D Printing. Simplified.
Built from the ground-up for dental professionals, SprintRay Pro can leverage biocompatible resins to help your office control costs, expand treatment customization, and breathe new life into your workflow.
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RayWareDental 3D printing software for the rest of us.
RayWare is a dental 3D printing software on a mission to make your workflow more efficient. Increase productivity with printability checks, dental CAD features, and STL export.
ProCure 2The Most Advanced Post-Curing System on the Planet
ProCure 2 is fast. Fast enough to enable true chairside workflows with SprintRay 3D printing. And thanks to its custom light power unit, it delivers heat instantaneously, no warm-up required.
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Cloud DesignFully-integrated dental appliance design for SprintRay 3D printers.
SprintRay Cloud Design is an advanced cloud software system that connects you with top designers around the world. An updated remote interface puts you in control of your office’s production with live monitoring and resin usage predictions.
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Pro Wash/DryMultistage Automated Washing System
SprintRay Pro Wash/Dry is the first fully-automated, two-stage wash and dry system built to deliver the speed, cleanliness, and ease-of-use demanded by the modern 3D printing dental clinic.
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SprintRay 3D Printing MaterialsMechanically superior, FDA-cleared, financially viable.
SprintRay's large library of FDA-cleared biocompatible resins and highly-accurate model materials represent outstanding value and quality for every clinical application.
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Dental 3D Printing, ExplainedOur most complete 3D printing resource to date.
We created this ebook to bring together our many years of dental 3D printing experience. It’s the culmination of all our time spent selling, supporting, and building products for digital dentistry. From simple tips to full-blown articles about 3D printing technology, we hope you’ll find it helpful no matter where you are on your dental 3D printing journey.
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The SprintRay 3D printing ecosystem is designed for the unique needs of dental professionals. With SprintRay as your partner, pushing the boundaries of what’s possible in dentistry has never been easier.
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The Pro S 3D printer is designed to improve the productivity of your practice. It's been meticulously designed to make it easy to learn, train, and delegate your in-office production workflow.
Designed exclusively for dental professionals, Pro S is simple to learn and easy to teach thanks to its user-friendly design.
Our fastest printer just got faster. Now Bolt Optimized to deliver more smiles per hour.
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Fabricate dental parts for all kinds of treatments with wide materials compatibility and industry-leading speed.
Pro S combines smart sensors with workflow context to make sure your 3D printing workflow operates efficiently.
Digital dentistry demands tight tolerances and smooth margins. Pro S is our most accurate 3D printer yet.
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Upgraded optics feature an all-glass construction that improves uniformity across the build platform. 100% balanced light output from this upgraded projector means your prints will fit even better. The beating heart of SprintRay Pro S, we’ve pushed DLP optical technology to new heights to bring you the absolute best in dental 3D printing.
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Advanced tracking using near-field technology allows Pro S to track the lifetime of each resin tank automatically. It's just one of the ways SprintRay is taking the guesswork out of the 3D printing process, helping you maximize each dollar invested in your digital workflow.
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An upgraded structure underpins Pro S, enabling improvements to Z-axis accuracy. Software-controlled adhesion protocol allows customization of curing layers for individual resins with even tighter tolerances. The new chassis connects directly to the tank cradle, eliminating issues caused by sprung tension and offering perfect layers for every print.
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Complementary PairsReady for all types of in-office dental manufacturing
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Industry-leading MaterialsThe world's best 3D printer needs the world's best resin
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At SprintRay, our mission is to shorten and improve your digital workflow. Our 3D printing materials work in tandem with our hardware and software to deliver accurate, repeatable results and industry-leading mechanical properties.
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SprintRay Pro S is part of the full 3D printing ecosystem, which also includes cloud-based design and printing software, the Pro Wash/Dry automated cleaning system, and the world's most advanced post-curing with ProCure 2.
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When you step up to SprintRay, you're joining a community of thousands of dentists who use our products every day to enrich their patients' lives. Our products are designed from the ground-up to empower your digital workflow.
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- Pro S 3D Printer
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One of the most promising areas in the industry in both the consumer and industrial segments are 3D printers, which open up the prospect of simple and inexpensive prototyping, as well as the production of piece products. Given all the various 3D printing technologies, one can imagine the great possibilities that 3D printers open up for the future of robotics. nine0007
In this regard, it is interesting to learn about the products of Russian developers who work in the Cypriot company Gizmo For You, founded 7 years ago by Dmitry Ruslanovich Zavorotnichenko, a native of the Crimea. The company has almost 4 years of experience in creating 3D printers. Currently, its main products are the Ilios HD kit and the new Ilios Luch 3D printer. Both devices use the principle of stereolithography, which provides for layer-by-layer printing by ultraviolet irradiation of a special liquid, which, as a result, turns into a solid state. nine0007
The Ilios HD kit is one of the most flexible budget 3D printer solutions available today. It is made on a durable aluminum frame and is able to print fairly large objects with a minimum deviation of 10 microns per 300 mm and a layer thickness of up to 12.5 microns (by standard, the thickness is set to 100 microns). Thanks to the modular design, the size of the printable area can be adjusted to fit small or large objects, up to 28 x 28 x 18 cm. The dimensions of the printer itself are 60 x 50 x 120 cm.
The kit comes with a fairly large set of components for modeling the system. In addition, thanks to the support of generic parts, spare parts from other manufacturers can be used. If desired, the user can, for example, install a second projector to increase the working area, as well as more precise motors and alternative electronics to improve the quality of the final result. The resolution of the projector determines the fidelity of the model.
Printer software is open source and can be customized for specific engineering needs. "Ilios HD" has no firmware, supports modern standards and is compatible with many programs, including Mach4. A completely open format allows you to use the best practices of the engineering community. nine0007
Thus, the Ilios HD kit makes it possible to flexibly configure the system for specific user needs. The cost of the device is in the range from 1730 to 4640 euros.
The second Ilios Luch 3D printer is a device with a fully automated printing process, including directly from an SD card without a computer. It is made in a metal case measuring 89.2 × 51.2 × 20 cm, which protects the user from contact with materials and chemicals, and also hides all retractable modules at the end of work. They have 5 control buttons and a black and white LCD screen. nine0007
The size of the printed area is an impressive 29.7 × 21.1 × 30 cm. As you can see, the allowable dimensions of the models are larger than the height of the printer itself, which eloquently speaks of the elegance of engineering solutions used in Ilios Luch to achieve maximum compactness .
Through the use of cartridges, automation of material distribution, filling and bath cleaning, the user is spared unnecessary printer maintenance. With the help of 10 pumps and a set of sensors, Ilios Luch controls the required amount of material in the bath and adjusts its color by mixing 4 dyes. On the side of the printer there are indicators of the fullness of the cans of coloring (one for 160 ml and three for 100 ml). nine0007
There are also four material cartridges with a capacity of 220 ml each. When the tank is depleted, the user is given the choice to fill it with the remaining material in the bath or install a new cartridge. The cost of 1 kg of hard and durable branded material is 130 euros. One of the cartridges is for a cleaning fluid such as acetone or alcohol used in the automatic system flush procedure. It is allowed to fill containers with materials from other manufacturers and use dyes of the desired color. nine0007
"Ilios Luch" provides reliable retention of the model during printing, and with the help of a special mechanism automatically separates it from the platform at the end of work. The bathtub has a durable glass cover. The printer uses stepper motors with optical position sensors for precise movement. All movements, as in Ilios HD, are transmitted through bearings.
At the end of printing, put the model under an ultraviolet lamp or leave it in sunlight for several hours to completely cure the material. For this purpose, Ilios Luch has 4 built-in lamps that illuminate the model from different sides. nine0007
One of the key components of this 3D printer, which is responsible for the quality of printing, is a laser panel that produces UV radiation and forms a model. The panel is very compact and moves on two rails with a high precision servo motor and high quality toothed belt. Such a system does not require as careful observation as the lamp and projector optics. Each layer takes 10-15 seconds to create. The following figures speak of the printing accuracy: layer thickness - 6 microns, part size - from 22 microns, deviation - no more than 10 microns per 300 mm. nine0007
The Ilios HD kit can also be equipped with a laser irradiation module instead of a DLP projector. The user can purchase the appropriate accessories or initially choose the appropriate ready-made configuration.
The cost of the Ilios Luch printer is 12 thousand euros, but this amount is much lower than similar, but less functional third-party solutions.
Ilios 3D 3D printers are known for their reliability and durability, as they are all hand-assembled in the company's workshop using the best quality materials to guarantee full performance. nine0007
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Engineers 3D print gels using x-rays
Researchers from the National Institute of Standards and Technologies (NIST) have developed a new method for 3D printing gels and other soft materials that uses x-rays and electron beams. Because many gels are compatible with live cells, the new method could jump-start the production of tiny soft medical devices such as delivery systems drugs or flexible electrodes that can be inserted into the body person, reports NIST press office. More details about the method, scientists told in magazine ACS Nano.
How does 3D printing of conventional solid products work? The printer creates sheets of material - plastic or rubber - and "spreads" their layer layer by layer, like lasagna, until the entire object is created.
Printing a gel or soft product is a more delicate process. Typically, a 3D printer chamber is filled with a "soup" of long-chain polymers are long groups of molecules linked together dissolved in water. Then "spices" are added to this "soup" - specific molecules that are sensitive to light. When the light is off The 3D printer activates the molecules, they crosslink polymer chains, forming a fluffy web-like structure. These building the forests, still surrounded by liquid water, are the gel. nine0007
Typically, modern 3D gel printers use ultraviolet or laser light in the visible range to receive GEL FRAMEWORK. NIST scientists suggest using beams of electrons or x-rays. Since these types radiations have higher energy or shorter length waves than ultraviolet and visible light, these rays can be more directed. Therefore, they can be used to print gels with smaller structural details. It is these details necessary for tissue engineering and many other medical and biological applications. Electrons and X-rays have second advantage: they do not need a special set of molecules, to start the gel formation process. nine0007
There is, however, one significant nuance. Currently sources of this highly focused shortwave radiation - scanning electron microscopes and X-ray Microscopes can only work in a vacuum. This is problem, because in a vacuum the liquid in each chamber evaporates rather than forms a gel.
The NIST team, together with Elettra Sincrotrone Trieste (Italy), decided this problem. They put it between a vacuum and a liquid chamber the barrier is an ultra-thin sheet of silicon nitride. The thin sheet protects liquid from evaporation (as it normally does in a vacuum), but allows X-rays and electrons to penetrate the liquid. This method allowed the team to use a 3D printing approach to creating gels as thin as 100 nanometers (about 1,000 times thinner than a human hair). In the future, scientists plan create soft structures the size of a small virus - up to 50 nanometers. nine0007
[Illustration: A. STRELCOV/NIST]
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3D printing gels soft medical devices electron beams x-rays flexible electrodes
Information provided by the Information Agency "Scientific Russia". Mass media registration certificate: IA No. ФС77-62580, issued Federal Service for Supervision of Communications, Information Technology and Mass Communications on July 31, 2015. nine0007
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