With the purchase of its second 3D printer, the ProMaker LD-10, the Crown Ceram dental laboratory has cemented its status as a pioneer in 3D printing. Using 3Shape solutions, it is pursuing its dental stream digitization strategy, offering its clients uncompromising quality and creating new applications for the dental laboratories of the future.
For more than 35 years, Crown Ceram, a dental prosthesis laboratory, has been cultivating its entrepreneurial and innovative skills using state-of-the-art technology to guarantee its clients uncompromising quality. Crown Ceram currently offers a full range of dental products such as crowns, bridges and removable prostheses. It has a team of over 70 dental specialists and a laboratory covering more than 2,000 m² equipped with the latest technology in this sector.
Crown Ceram’s determination to be equipped with the best technology is based on growing demand from its clients for precision and quality. The dental sector was one of the first to acquire additive manufacturing solutions. It now boasts extremely high productivity and quality gains owing to the complete digitization of its stream.
To meet this growing demand, Crown Ceram has joined forces with leading partners who are pioneers in their fields, to help dental clients switch their traditional production streams over to digital models. To achieve this, Crown Ceram opted for 3Shape solutions for all its CAD-CAM designs. In addition, the Crown Ceram dental laboratory now accepts digital printing and has begun its transition from plaster to 3D printed models.