Nexa3D Adds Two North American Dental Partners and Three Materials

Part of its plan includes adding three new Pac-Dent resins to its expanding portfolio of validated dental materials.

Part of its plan includes adding three new Pac-Dent resins to its expanding portfolio of validated dental materials.

Pac Dent 3D printing resins for dental procedures and restorative applications, including Denture Base 2.0, Surgical Guide 2.0, and Splint 2.0. Image courtesy of Business Wire.

Nexa3D announces the addition of two new dental partners in North America—CAD-Ray and Harris Discount Dental Supply. Additionally Nexa is introducing three resins from dental industry juggernaut Pac-Dent, Inc., enabling validated workflows for new surgical and restorative applications for labs and practices using Nexa3D’s XiP desktop printer, powered by LSPc (lubricant sublayer photo-curing) technology.

Nexa3D includes CAD-Ray and Harris Discount as new value-added resellers to the company’s global network. CAD-Ray, headquartered in Las Vegas, is a distribution and education company that brings decades of combined experience in the digital dentistry market—specializing in 3D printing, digital imaging, CAD/CAM, guided implantology, and computed tomography technologies.

“We’re thrilled to add Nexa3D’s ultrafast XiP 3D printer to our portfolio,” says Wayne Glassoff, vice president of 3D printing for CAD-Ray. “This printer’s accuracy, speed, and productivity combined with CAD-Ray’s deep industry expertise and exceptional customer care make for a powerhouse combination.”

Joining CAD-Ray in the Nexa3D reseller network is Harris Discount Dental Supply, a Warner Tech-care Company based in Arden Hills, MN, with over 40 years of distribution experience in the dental industry. 

“We are thrilled to announce Nexa3D as our newest validated printer partner at Pac-Dent,” says Ryan Solozano, Pac-Dent product manager. “The XIP printer has demonstrated exceptional capabilities in effectively printing Rodin resins, solidifying its position as a formidable asset in our portfolio.”

Print profiles for Nexa3D’s XiP printers are now available and these Pac-Dent resins are available immediately through Pac-Dent’s website and through their extensive distribution network in the United States.

Functional Dentures: Rodin Denture Base 2.0

Rodin Denture Base 2.0, manufactured by Pac-Dent, is a Class II biocompatible material for denture fabrication. Offering enhanced flexibility, stability and a range of gingival shades, this material combines durability, aesthetics and patient comfort, the company says.

Advanced Material Science: Rodin Surgical Guide 2.0

With Rodin Surgical Guide 2.0, engineered for printing full-arch and quadrant guides, this resin ensures maximum shatter resistance and dimensional stability even under extreme conditions, according to Nexa3D. Its strength guarantees performance during critical procedures, while the distinct coloring facilitates easy verification of implant positioning, the company adds. Compatible with autoclave sterilization, it ensures each guide is sterile and ready for use and its formulation eliminates offensive odors or tastes.

Clear Splints for Bruxism: Rodin Splint 2.0

Rodin Splint 2.0 provides stability, strength and wear resistance for 3D-printed splints, night guards, retainers and snoring devices. Rodin Splint 2.0 offers clear aesthetics and freedom from odors or tastes.

Additional information on Nexa3D’s full dental resin portfolio is available on the company’s website.

Sources: Press materials received from the company and additional information gleaned from the company’s website.

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