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Carbon introduces AO Stack for dental labs

Enhancing 3D printing capabilities with increased unattended model throughput for M2 and M3 printers

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Carbon, a product development and AM technology company, has launched AO Stack, the newest addition to its Automatic Operation suite of solutions. Specifically designed for the Carbon M2 and M3 printers, AO Stack is another software tool designed to increase printing capabilities – allowing dental labs to print multiple builds worth of DPR10 models in one print run without supervision.

AO Stack allows Carbon users to produce up to 3x more models in a single unattended print cycle – underscoring the company’s commitment to pushing the boundaries of dental lab technology and continuing the innovation within the Automatic Operation suite of solutions launched earlier this year.

“The introduction of AO Stack is a milestone in our ongoing quest to innovate and provide transformative solutions to our customers,” said Brice Harkey, Senior Product Manager of Oral Health at Carbon. “By allowing up to three builds worth of models on a single unattended print, AO Stack offers the opportunity for an increase in overnight production capabilities without additional hardware or oversight.”

Key features of AO Stack include the ability to produce up to three times more models in a single print run than traditional single-layer printing, while unattended; and seamless incorporation into daily operations, supported by comprehensive resources from Carbon Academy.

Starting May 17, 2024, AO Stack will be accessible to Carbon M2 and M3 customers utilizing DPR10 as part of their subscription.

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