At IDS 2023, Lithoz will present lithium disilicate for dental ceramic 3D printing, jointly developed with Ivoclar

This material, based on IPS e.max lithium disilicate powder, will open up a long-awaited path to the series production of patient-specific, all-ceramic dental restorations
Further innovations shown feature a bioresorbable hydroxy apatite jawbone and serially 3D-printed dental implants made of zirconia (TZP-A) or alumina-toughened zirconia (ATZ)
With Lithoz LCM technology, highly complex and ultra-fine ceramic structures unattainable with conventional processes can be produced

Joint development and commercialization agreement will initially focus on development of bioprinting solution for CollPlant’s regenerative breast implants, addressing $2.6 billion market opportunity

Stratasys’ P3 technology-based bioprinter and CollPlant’s rhCollagen-based bioinks also ideal for future innovation and production of additional human tissues and organs

Companies to cross-promote respective bioprinting products

Figure 1. The Granu Tool print head in action (left) and cellulose-based granules used in the 3D printing process (right).

Brinter has been developing the granulate-based multi-material 3D printing process as part of the EU Horizon2020 project Novum. The increased concern of environmental issues and technology development has led to growing interest in developing novel, sustainable, yet high-performance materials for industrial additive manufacturing (AM) and for a wide variety of applications such as electrical insulation components and parts for the automotive, marine and medical industry. AM enables rapid and cost-effective manufacturing of complex and lightweight parts without any expensive tools such as moulds.

Keystone Industries introduces KeyDenture Try-In, a high-quality 3D printing resin designed for manufacturing short-term trial dentures. Like all KeyPrint® 3D resins, KeyDenture Try-In is compatible with a variety of printers and workflows and has been subjected to a rigorous battery of tests to ensure the material is compliant with international regulatory and quality standards.

SABIC, a global leader in the chemical industry, today has announced the development of a new technology and range of dedicated polyethylene (PE) and polypropylene (PP) resins that mark a significant leap forward in the performance profile of polyolefin pressure pipes.

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