Not only in dental technology, but also in the area of rapid prototyping, we combine high precision with high-performance materials and fast production speeds in order to realize every customer request in the best possible way.
We manufacture high-precision components in various metals, ceramics or polymers - in the shortest possible time. With us, rapid prototyping is really “rapid”. Depending on the material, we realize delivery times of less than a week after receipt of the order.
With more than 15 years of experience in additive manufacturing, we are your competent contact for prototype construction, small series and unusual inquiries.
The individual prices are displayed directly online during the material selection of the order page after you have uploaded your 3D object. Our order page determines and generates the costs automatically based on the geometric dimensions, volume and surface of your virtual data set. Depending on the x-, y- and z-dimensions of your component, which derives its space requirement in the production line, the machine operating costs can be calculated. While the material costs depend on the volume, the expenses for grinding or polishing metallic components result from the surface of your 3D object.
Depending on the material, different maximum component sizes can be manufactured. After you have uploaded your 3D object to the Rapid Prototyping order page, you will see in the material overview which materials your component can be made of. If your component is too large for a material, "not producible" appears instead of the price, including an info button with the maximum possible production sizes. You will find further design information on the info button directly next to the material designation.
Compared to zirconia, aluminium oxide has slightly lower fracture strength and a higher thermal conductivity. In addition, aluminium oxide is harder and much lighter than zirconia due to its lower density. Further, aluminium oxide is easier and more precise to manufacture in the lithography-based ceramic manufacturing, which means that thinner wall thicknesses or cannulations can also be implemented. Furthermore, aluminium oxide is cheaper than zirconia. You can find more information here.