The SprintRay Pro Wash/Dry, SprintRay Dashboard 2.0 with Design Services, and SprintRay Pro 55 3D Printer are designed to create a “frictionless workflow” for dental professionals.
SprintRay announced three new dental 3D printing products: the SprintRay Pro Wash/Dry, SprintRay Dashboard 2.0 with Design Services, and SprintRay Pro 55 3D Printer. According to the company, each of these products is the result of targeted research consistent with SprintRay’s mission to systematically remove pain points from dental workflows.
“Each of these products means so much to us,” said Amir Mansouri, CEO of SprintRay. “Some of them have been in the works for years, and each of them represents a different, critical step toward SprintRay’s goal of creating a truly Frictionless Workflow for dental professionals.”
SprintRay Pro Wash/Dry is designed to provide an automated, set-it-and-forget-it washing workflow that operates efficiently. It reportedly uses Mechanical Jetting, a patented solvent agitation method, to wash 3D printed parts with just 500 mL of solvent per chamber. According to the company, two separate solvent reservoirs ensure that a rough and fine wash are performed with each cycle.
According to the company, Pro Wash/Dry users can begin the wash process and walk away, letting the automated system perform a 2-stage wash and dry in 10 minutes. Pre-calibrated hydrometers that notify the user when it’s time to replace solvent are intended to aid solvent management. .
Pro Wash/Dry is available for preorder now and will ship in early 2021.
Dashboard 2.0: Cloud System
To remove the pain point of learning CAD design, SprintRay is launching a brand-new, cloud-based design and monitoring software: Dashboard 2.0. This cloud-based design and treatment management software reportedly allows clinicians to seamlessly order and print appliances for treatment.
According to the company, Dashboard 2.0 features a user-friendly interface that allows doctors to upload scan files, choose from treatment options, and then automatically connects them with a design expert. Built-in communication tools, such as live chat and a 3D model viewer, are intended to make it simple to work through revisions. Once the design is approved, the cloud system automatically sends the job to SprintRay Pro, where the clinician need only press ‘print.’
SprintRay Dashboard 2.0 will be available in late 2020, with design services for occlusal guards and smile design.
The SprintRay Pro55 is a dental 3D printer that is focused on delivering parts for treatments requiring the finest of margins. The printer features a 55-micron XY resolution and Pixel Toning. According to the company, the Pro55 3D printer is ideal for direct restorative work, hybrid implant dentures, cast applications, and more.