11/13/2018 | 1 MINUTE READ

Carbon and Core3DCentres Announce Partnership

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Building on its existing partnership, Carbon and Core3DCentres will offer additive manufacturing solutions to dental labs around the world. 

Carbon and Core3DCentres (Core3D) announce the international expansion of their existing partnership. By expanding this collaboration, dental labs across the world will have access to Carbon’s 3D-printing systems based on its digital light synthesis technology and range of materials. Core3D and Carbon printed products will be deliverable to Australia, Benelux Union (Belgium, the Netherlands and Luxembourg), Canada, Croatia, Germany, Japan, Malaysia, New Zealand, Poland, Singapore, Spain, the United Kingdom and the United States. Timing for expansion into new countries is dependent on regulatory requirements and approval.  

With the ability to produce parts quickly and consistently using additive manufacturing technology, Core3D has enabled dental products to be more affordable. This enables 3D printing technology for all types and sizes of dental labs, which look to Core3D to manufacture parts they don’t have the resources to produce in-house.

Carbon offers an alternative to 3D printing, using light and oxygen to produce high-quality, end-use products from resin. Carbon’s solution reduces time from design to manufacture, and provides features such as part traceability and serialization through next-gen software design tools. Everything is digitally traceable, down to a unique ID that can automatically be engraved on a part. This capability is valuable for highly regulated industries such as dental, where the FDA increasingly require part-specific data to ensure product performance and patient safety.