There seems to be no limits for 3D printing – Finnish healthtech company Planmeca Oy launched on Tuesday Planmeca Creo printer for dental clinics.
“We feel that 3D printing is set to take on a much more substantial role in dentistry – we can’t wait for our customers to see what Planmeca Creo is capable of,” Jukka Kanerva, Vice President of Planmeca’s Dental care units & CAD/CAM division, said in a statement.
Planmeca Creo allows manufacturing high-quality occlusal splints and other dental models. The printer can be applied for other extreme precise dental instruments in the near future.
Deliveries for Planmeca Creo is estimated to start in June 2016.