Desktop Health is expanding its partner network and adds new 3D printing resins
A division of Desktop Metal ($DM) is leveraging additive manufacturing and advanced materials to personalize patient care.
Personal healthcare is one of the most important aspects of everyone’s life. The use of advanced technology in this domain can certainly provide people with huge benefits. Desktop Health, a division of Desktop Metal ($DM), develops, manufactures, and markets highly advanced 3D printing and bio-fabrication solutions. It is backed by a range of published research papers, pending or registered patents, and over 190 materials in its catalog.
An Overview of Desktop Health
The company behind Desktop Health, Desktop Metal ($DM), is providing its wide range of customers with end-to-end 3D printing solutions based on the manufacturing transformation. It has been founded by leaders in the field of advanced manufacturing, robotics, and metallurgy. The solutions offered by the company exhibit the features of cost-effectiveness, high speed, and supreme quality. The World Economic Forum added Desktop Metal ($DM) among the 30 most promising technology pioneers.
According to Ric Fulop, the CEO of Desktop Metal, Desktop Health is highly capable of delivering custom implants for every individual by using advanced technology in bioprinting.
In 2021, Desktop Metal ($DM) acquired EnvisionTEC under a mega deal of $300m. After the acquisition of this company, Desktop Metal founded Desktop Health to meet the printing demands of dental clinics and offices.
Desktop Health’s Partnership with Nowak Dental Supplies
Nowak Dental Supplies has recently become a partner of Desktop Health. It is an experienced family-owned and operated company in the field of dental supplies. It works with numerous dental laboratories and extraordinary craftsmen to provide its customers with a range of dental products and solutions. The targeted customers of Nowak Dental Supplies are dental laboratories and dental offices. Desktop Health allows dental labs and offices to desktop their digital dental workflow. The users can easily personalize, prepare, print, and post-process the digital impressions taken by them.
Newport Beach, CA based Desktop Health is selling three excellent 3D printers to the dental professionals in its Einstein Series including Einstein, Einstein Pro, and Einstein Pro XL. The Einstein Series of Desktop Health possesses all the key features that are required to achieve a highly accurate, quick, and versatile 3D print. You can transform your workflow from fit to finish by using these printers. It uses the Nanofit 385 technology to ensure a clear, perfect, and natural-looking finish. It is 50% quicker in terms of speed as compared to its predecessors. The Hyperprint technology used in this series allows the users to fabricate a range of dental applications, such as models and dentures. You can easily purchase this series from Nowak Dental Supplies at a fair price. Along with printers, dental professionals can also purchase FDA-approved biocompatible resins and model materials from Desktop Health.
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Desktop Health Products, Target Customer, Applications, and Benefits
Desktop Health has manufactured a range of products based on continuous research and experimentation. The company does research and manufacturing in different categories including 3D Printers, Resins, Software, and materials. Here are some of the important products offered by the company to its target customers, dental professionals: -
Einstein Series (3D Printers)
Flexcera (A resin for the manufacturing of dentures)
Envision One RP Software
More than 60 validated materials
The capability of a 3D printer to render a wide range of oral appliances and models makes it a perfect addition to a dental clinic or laboratory. The printing products and materials offered by Desktop Health are applicable in various ways in a dental clinic setting including designing and 3D printing: -
Prefabricated crowns and bridges
Crown and bridge finishing models
Orthodontic alignment models
Dentures, wax rims, and base plates
The Benefits of 3D Printing in the Dental Industry
The 3D printing products and materials offered by Desktop Health come with various benefits as they allow dental professionals: -
To get surgical guides to reduce the risk of hitting a nerve while drilling
To save time by getting a fully digitalized workflow
To ensure a high level of precision
To utilize the compatibility of 3D printers with the best dental materials
Desktop Health’s Model X and Model Z Resins
Desktop Health has added Model X and Model Z resins to its material list. The Model X resin offers a high resolution 3D printing that allows the dental professionals to attain detailed crowns and bridges with removable dies, implant models, clear aligned models, and design diagnostic and orthodontic models. The Model Z resin is known for its exceptional speed and effectiveness. It is a low viscosity modeling material that produces effective outcomes in terms of thermoforming, crown and bridge, orthodontic, and diagnostic modeling. It is also useful in terms of implanting models and clearing aligned models. Desktop Health provides its customers with the technical specifications, safety sheets, and material best practice documents for both Model X and Model Z. Moreover, they can download electronic guides and educational materials to enhance their practice in dental labs and clinics.
Desktop Health has expanded its wings to take its products and materials to as many dental clinics as possible. The partnership of the 3D printing company with Nowak Dental Supplies is evidence of this expansion. The addition of new materials such as Model X and Model Z to its materials list ensures that the company is highly committed to playing a leading role in the advancement of 3D printing applications in dental clinics and labs. The dental lab professionals are praising the Einstein Series of 3D printers offered by Desktop Health. We will surely see a new addition to this series soon based on the feedback received by the company from its customers.