Typical applications in dental technology include crowns, caps, model castings and secondary structures made from cobalt-chrome, titanium or precious metal alloys.
Typical applications in dental technology include crowns, caps, model castings and secondary structures made from cobalt-chrome, titanium or precious metal alloys.

AM company Concept Laser will be exhibiting its Mlab cusing 200R 3D printing machine at the IDS International Dental Show, taking place in Cologne, Germany, from 21-25 March.

TheMlab cusing 200R, a larger version of the Mlab cusing R, features an extended build space measuring 100 x 100 x 100 mm³ (x, y, z), which means the build volume is increased by 54%. Three different build envelopes are available: 100 x 100 x 100 mm³ (x, y, z), 70 x 70 x 80 mm³ (x, y, z) and 50 x 50 x 80 mm³ (x, y, z). Another new feature is a clamping system which enables more accurate component positioning.

The additive metal laser melting process used can manufacture dental products such as crowns, caps, model castings and secondary structures in cobalt-chrome, titanium or precious metal alloys.

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