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Additive manufacturing solutions for dental applications

Renishaw is attending LMT LABDAY 2018, the largest dental laboratory event in North America


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Attending LMT LABDAY? Looking for a digital solution that can make your dental lab a pleasanter, more efficient environment to work in? Then we can't wait to meet you.

This year Renishaw is delighted to be taking part in the largest dental laboratory event in North America. Over the two days of LMT LABDAY we will be demonstrating the quality that our metal additive manufacturing (3D printing) systems can produce, sharing success stories, and meeting with friends old and new to discuss the future of dental healthcare.

For over a decade, Renishaw has been applying its expertise in additive manufacturing to address the challenges faced by dental laboratories. Investing in Renishaw's systems can bring benefits to both your manufacturing process and products. The digital manufacturing process reduces the number of labor intensive steps, saves time and increases productivity. The resulting crowns, bridges and removable partial dentures demonstrate measurably improved mechanical characteristics compared to casting.

Sound like something you'd be interested in? Then come and talk to Bryan, Chris, Ed or Stephen on booth C-66.

Meet our team

  • Bryan Austin Bryan Austin

    Director and General Manager, Bryan, has been heavily involved in the digitization of dental services for over 15 years.

  • Chris Dimery Chris Dimery

    Chris has 10 years of experience in the dental laboratory sector with an in depth knowledge of CAD/CAM manufacturing, most recently in the production of RPD frameworks.

  • Ed Littlewood Ed Littlewood

    Ed is an engineer turned marketing manager with extensive experience in medical devices, product development and product launches.

  • Stephen Anderson Stephen Anderson

    Stephen is responsible for all aspects of Renishaw’s AM product line in the US. With 17 years systems software experience his previous roles include developing Renishaw’s own AM build preparation software QuantAM.