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Live 3D Printing with Formlabs Dental: 3 Simple Steps to Digitise your Workflow

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So you’re looking to digitize your workflow and want to know what’s next. Perhaps you’ve invested in an intraoral scanner, and are looking to start producing appliances in-house. But the question everyone asks: what’s the most effective way to get started with in-house 3D printing?

Step One: Pick an application
Step Two: Define and test the workflow
Step Three: Start small and scale up

In this webinar, Dr. Praderi will explore the key elements involved in adopting this technology to enable your practice to thrive.

Expect live printing, tips and best-practices for using the Form 3B, and an insight to Formlabs latest material for model production.

What you will learn:

  • Understanding the basics of SLA 3D printing technology and the advantages of in-house production.
  • Exploring the 3 steps for successful adoption.
  • Live demo: printing a model directly from an intraoral scan.
  • Learn about our latest material for dental model production.
  • Hear how Formlabs Dental Service agents can provide guidance and support to your team throughout your digital transition.

Fill out the form on the right to register to learn more. We’ll also opt you into other relevant marketing communications.

Webinar Speakers


Dr Elisa Praderi

Clinical Protocols & KOL Manager, Formlabs

Dr. Elisa Praderi is a trained dentist who graduated from Universidad Católica del Uruguay in 2017. She conducted a research study in the area of esthetic dentistry which she presented in the 96th General Session and Exhibition of the International Association for Dental Research as a Unilever Hatton Award Competitor. She has worked at the University’s emergency service and in private dental practice for the last 3 years. Elisa has always been interested in dental materials, clinical workflows and technology integration in daily practice. These components were the triggers that made her pursue a professional career in 3D printing and join Formlabs in 2019 as the Clinical Protocols & KOL Manager. She is part of the editorial board of DTI ‘3D printing―international magazine of dental printing technology’ and currently enrolled as a student in a postgraduate mastership in esthetic dentistry.