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Ivoclar and SprintRay enter dental 3D printing partnership

Combining state-of-the-art solutions for 3D printing with high-quality materials

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The Ivoclar Group, one of the world’s leading manufacturers of integrated solutions for high-quality dental applications with an extensive product and systems portfolio for dentists, dental technicians, and dental hygienists, has entered a partnership with the American 3D printing technology company, SprintRay.

Digital technologies and processes are constantly driving changes in the dental industry and are having a major impact on the way dental professionals work. SprintRay develops end-to-end 3D printing solutions for dental practices and laboratories.

Ivoclar is one of the world’s leading material manufacturers in the dental industry and has been providing solutions for high-quality fixed and removable prosthetics for more than a century. For about 20 years, Ivoclar has been inspiring with efficient and esthetic solutions that set new standards for CAD/CAM workflows in dental practices and laboratories. SprintRay stands for a coordinated and thought-through product portfolio that meets the needs of customers purposefully and in the long term. With this partnership, the synergies and expertise of both companies will be aligned – allowing their customers to combine state-of-the-art solutions for 3D printing with high-quality materials.

Ivoclar and SprintRay enter dental 3D printing partnership - combining state-of-the-art solutions for 3D printing with high-quality materials
SprintRay’s 3D printing ecosystem.

Ivoclar and SprintRay have also revealed that further innovations can be expected as early as this fall.

“We are very pleased to partner with SprintRay – an equal partner with whom we want to set new standards together. The philosophies of our companies complement each other perfectly and we are striving to provide our customers with the best possible support in their daily work”, said Markus Heinz, CEO of the Ivoclar Group.

“Ivoclar and SprintRay both have extensive internal dental expertise. Our aim is to really understand the problems and needs of our customers in order to provide optimally coordinated solutions. With Ivoclar, we are delighted to have one of the dental industry’s leading material manufacturers at our side,” said Dr. Amir Mansouri, CEO and Co-founder of SprintRay.

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