Dental Industry

3D PRINTING SOLUTIONS FOR The Dental industry

LuxCreo Provides Full Suite of Dental Resins

LuxCreo is proud to offer a full suite of dental resins for a range of orthodontic needs. From our dental model resin to our surgical guide to our groundbreaking clear material, we have meticulously engineered each product in partnership with dental experts to provide our customers with the best solutions our industry has to offer.

Modeling Resin

Surgical Guide

Denture Base

Gingival Mask

Indirect Bonding Tray

Dental Try-In

Crown and Bridge

Casting Resin

LuxCreo Provides the High-performance Dental 3D Printer

LuxCreo's high performance 3D Printer - LuxaDent. Real-time preview of printing process, remote control on the computer side can be realized. High printing precision, stable performance, high integration, strong heat dissipation, and perfect iteration in the later stage.

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LuxCreo announces partnered launch with industry leader Foshion Dental, October 2020, at DenTech conference.

LuxCreo’s DMR08 is a 3D printable rigid material designed to create highly accurate dental models with low shrinkage. ​Perfect for thermoforming, DMR is best suited to produce models for crowns, bridges, implants, and aligners.

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Learn more from our blogs

How 3D Printing Is Improving the Footwear Manufacturing Process

By Footwear Team | January 13, 2021

Traditional footwear manufacturing is a time-consuming process that often limits designs. With high tooling costs and production limitations, initial designs, tooling, and prototyping can take months to complete and require significant investments. The final product design must fit the production method, and processes, like injection molding, can constrain the design. Products need to be developed so that tools can be built for mass production. Designers who work with injection molding must often reconfigure their product layouts to meet production criteria after the prototyping stage.

What Types of Materials Are Used in 3D Printing?

By Materials Team | January 4, 2021

Many manufacturers’ first exposure to 3D printing was through fused deposition modeling, in which plastic filaments extrude through a nozzle during printing. Materials used in 3D printing were formerly confined to plastics and weak metal alloys that could be extruded at low temperatures. The scope of 3D-printable materials has grown considerably to include various metals, polymers, organic materials, ceramics, and even biological materials.

How to Use 3D Printing Processes to Scale Up Manufacturing

By Hardware Team | December 16, 2020

Traditionally, a 3D printing process supported only functional prototypes or finished products. With advancements in 3D printing technologies and materials, the same machine and 3D printing process can produce prototypes and finished products. To scale, connected 3D printers can seamlessly print the same product at a 3D printing smart factory, making it easier to get a new product onto a production line for high volume manufacturing. Here’s an overview for getting a design into high-volume production with 3D printing.

Footwear Manufacturing Industry Analysis: Evaluating the Impact of 3D Printing

By Footwear Team | December 9, 2020

By the end of 2020, the total revenue connected to 3D printed footwear production is projected to reach $1.4 billion, an upward trend over the last few years. According to a recent footwear manufacturing industry analysis, it is expected to grow at a 19.5% CAGR to $6.5 billion by 2029. Final parts such as uppers,…

Benefits of Additive Manufacturing for High Volume vs. Low Volume Manufacturing

By Hardware Team | December 2, 2020

There are many considerations in choosing high volume vs. low volume manufacturing. Additive manufacturing offers a viable option for any volume. It also enables manufacturers to implement a more agile business model with less risk. Here’s how additive manufacturing is reducing the gap between high volume vs. low volume manufacturing.

3 Advantages of 3D Printing Over Traditional Manufacturing

By Hardware Team | November 18, 2020

3D printing is often perceived as slower and more expensive than traditional production methods. Many companies incorrectly assume it to be inaccessible because it’s different and more complex. However, improvements in 3D printing technologies and increased material performance have made additive manufacturing a viable alternative. Increased agility, reduced costs and risks, and onshoring will accelerate product design through production more effectively than traditional manufacturing methods.

How to Enhance Sustainability in Footwear Manufacturing

By Footwear Team | November 11, 2020

The short lifespan of footwear, especially running shoes, leads to large amounts of waste. Most shoes are non-biodegradable and end up in landfills where they can take 30 to 40 years to decompose. 3D printing can increase sustainability in footwear manufacturing and the final consumer product.

3D Printing: An Alternative to Injection Molding That Requires No Tooling

By Hardware Team | November 4, 2020

For companies looking for a more cost-effective and agile alternative to injection molding, 3D printing presents a unique opportunity. To create product variants, additive manufacturing can easily refine designs digitally instead of making new molds. Eliminating tooling reduces capital expenses and product turnaround time, and increases design freedom. Read on for a more in-depth breakdown of these advantages.

From Design or Prototyping to High Volume Manufacturing and Automation With Connected 3D Printing

By Smart Factory Team | October 28, 2020

3D printing is allowing companies to improve manufacturing capabilities, whether in-house or leveraging contract 3D printing services in a smart factory. Companies in many industries can see multiple benefits when they use 3D printing smart factories for high volume or low volume/high mix manufacturing. Here’s how companies can accelerate the go-to-market of new products from prototyping to high volume manufacturing.

How to Develop High-Quality Night Guards and Retainers With 3D Printing

By Dental Team | October 21, 2020

3D printing is a viable manufacturing method for volume and customized production in a number of industries, including footwear, aerospace engineering, and dentistry. Used for the last 35 years, 3D printing eliminates several steps from the traditional production method, significantly accelerating development without compromising product quality. 3D printing night guards and retainers offers several benefits for patients and dentists, making it increasingly the preferred method for developing dental devices.

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The Future of 3D Printing in Dentistry Services

Introduced three decades ago, 3D printing is transforming dentistry. The market for 3D-printed dental products is expected to reach $930 million by the end of 2025, driven by greater commercialization of printing systems, the need to customize dental products, and the availability of contract 3D printing services.

How to Develop High-Quality Night Guards and Retainers With 3D Printing

3D printing is a viable manufacturing method for volume and customized production in a number of industries, including footwear, aerospace engineering, and dentistry. Used for the last 35 years, 3D printing eliminates several steps from the traditional production method, significantly accelerating development without compromising product quality. 3D printing night guards and retainers offers several benefits for patients and dentists, making it increasingly the preferred method for developing dental devices.

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