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Formlabs officially announces release of Dental LT Clear!

October 22, 2017

Formlabs has always been a heavy hitter when concerning their place in the Dental Industry.  Late last week, they officially announced the release of their Dental LT Clear Resin, the first long-term biocompatible resin in desktop 3D printing for manufacturing an array of direct-printed orthodontic devices.

For a full breakdown on all the features of Dental LT along with the updates made to Preform and Dental SG profiles, click here.

  

Although we don't have a confirmed shipping date yet we expect to have stock of Dental LT in about 3 weeks.  (by mid Nov.)  Please contact the Shop3D.ca sales team for quote for Dental LT Resin.  



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