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As part of our commitment to continuous improvement and innovation, Prodways is now offering Oqton software on its machines.
Absolute Aligner is a revolutionary new resin delivering an ultra smooth surface finish and absolute transparency in clear aligner model production.
The ProMaker P1000 X is the productivity-oriented evolution of the ProMaker P1000. And now, it’s available with the full range of materials from Polypropylene to TPU to Nylon 11 and 12.
Formnext #2020 is coming next week, for this exceptional year, in form of Virtual Event. And we are happy to be there, to re-connect with partners, customers, and friends from across the world.
With the recent innovations to our LD Series of dental 3D printers, Prodways has a strong position with our MOVINGLight® technology in the dental market and more specifically in the fast-growing segment of orthodontic aligners.
Everything you need to know in a 40-page eBook that will help you understand the ins and outs of implementing a clear aligner business into your lab.
ID Print 3D is an additive manufacturing service provider with a focus on special machinery based in France, in the Bourgogne region. Besides the fabrication of 3D parts for their customers, they offer consultancy and reverse-engineering services.
The U.K. based experts in electroplating and 3D printing choose the ProMaker P1000 SLS® printer to advance their additive manufacturing department.
The release of the P1000 X comes after a recent 120% growth for Prodways in 3D printing for FY2018. Unveiled at RAPID in 2016, the standard P1000 3D printer was released with the intention of making industrial plastic powder laser…
Whenever I drive past the Great Lakes Science Center on my way into Cleveland, I pass the giant wind turbine installed outside the museum. I’ve seen it so many times that the 150-foot turbine barely registers anymore, except on particularly windy…