Why cant we use a regular 3D printer? There are really nice desktop printers for 1,000 vs. 18-19,000 ones for dental labs?
or when she's applying for the hygenist positionI'm just speaking on Models.
The only problem is that you can't really tell a difference when it comes to dental models.
Yeah the desktop printers are slow but you can have a few of them going if you have the volume for a fraction of the price on an expensive ones.
As cool as those Carbon printers are. I just can't see the ROI for your average Dental lab.
And to be honest the only time the Doc will actually looks to the model is when things aren't going right in the chair.