Users of the Structo Velox all-in-one 3D printer will have access to pro3dure’s range of materials for splints, surgical guides, and indirect bonding trays. 

Dental 3D printing company Structo announced a partnership with pro3dure, a German 3D printing materials company. The partnership will give users of Structo’s Velox all-in-one 3D printer access to pro3dure’s range of dental 3D printing materials. 

The partnership is part of Structo’s efforts to build upon Velox’s in-office dental 3D printing ecosystem. 

This collaboration will give Velox users access to pro3dure’s 3D printing material for splints, surgical guides, indirect bonding trays, and temporaries. On top of Structo’s proprietary dental model material (Structomer Model), this partnership opens a whole range of new applications for Velox users.

“We are commited to continue developing the Velox ecosystem of hardware, software and materials to empower the delivery of same day dentistry” explains Huub van Esbroeck, founder at Structo. “Today’s announcement will see Velox users gain access to pro3dure’s range of industry-leading dental 3D printing materials which gives them a range of options for their in-office 3D printing needs”.

Speaking about the partnership, Huub notes the importance of working with partners like pro3dure to continue pushing the envelope of chairside 3D printing in dentistry. “This is another step for us to provide more options to all Velox users worldwide and we will continue working with industry leaders to add more value and streamline the chairside 3D printing workflow for our industry. 

“We started off with just the hardware that does the print, wash and cure cycle of a 3D printing workflow. With more partnerships like these, we are confident that the Velox ecosystem will be able to empower dentists to deliver better patient care with revolutionary new solutions,” Huub added.

The pro3dure materials available to Velox users can be used for printing splints, surgical guides, indirect bonding trays, and temporaries in-house. Structo’s proprietary Structomer dental model material is also available.