The new material SprintRay Crown™ for permanent restorations takes dental 3D printing to the next level


A ceramic-filled 3D printing resin that SprintRay is presenting as SprintRay Crown will assist dental clinics and labs in enhancing and modernising their restorative services.

Collaboration between two dental companies has resulted in SprintRay Crown, which will assist dental offices and labs in producing 3D printed crowns and other restorations affordably. SprintRay Crown, a 3D printing workflow with remarkable accuracy that takes less than an hour, was created to revolutionise patient dental treatment.

“With this new material, SprintRay continues to advance dentistry and expand the indications for digital dental technologies,”

Sumeet Jain, Vice President & GM – materials at SprintRay

SprintRay Crown™ at a glance:

  • Class IIa medical device
  • Exceptionally precise edge finish
  • Easy to handle and polish
  • Designed to be visible on x-rays

“3D printing solutions, especially for permanent restorations, are becoming increasingly important. In addition to excellent material properties and great aesthetics, it is the printing speed and the customization options that make SprintRay Crown TM a sustainable material”, “The expansion of our partnership with SprintRay and the introduction of SprintRay Crown TM will further reinforce this development.”

Thomas Kwiedor, Head of Business Development 3D Printing by BEGO

A permanent single crown, inlays, onlays, and veneers may be printed in three dimensions using SprintRay Crown, a hybrid material with ceramic filling. The material enables dental offices and laboratories to offer customised restorations to more patients thanks to its excellent fit and reproducible results.

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