Keystone Industries has validated its unique 3D splint and nightguard material, KeySplint Soft, in the new Sprintray Pro 3D printer. Keystone and Sprintray will continue to validate the remainder of the KeyPrint resins in the Sprintray Pro during Q1 of 2020.
KeySplint Soft is unlike any other 3D printing material. Without being brittle, it is tough and durable like a hard splint to withstand the forces of bruxism, yet flexible for patient comfort. It is abrasion and fracture resistant. KeySplint Soft is made in the USA, has 3 years of guaranteed shelf life, and is a highly efficient and profitable way to make splints and night guards. It is available worldwide.
The new SprintRay Pro is a reliable, user-friendly desktop printing system. With a focus on easy operation, SprintRay brings the power, efficiency, and flexibility of digital dentistry to offices and labs everywhere. SprintRay is an open-source platform to provide its users with wide access to material libraries and offers pre-programmed resin profiles and phone support for verified third-party resins like KeySplint Soft.
“Keystone’s KeySplint Soft is a truly unique 3D printing resin for nightguards and splints. We’re excited to add this innovative material to our 3rd party validated resin platform; it will expand choice for our customers and ultimately amplify the value of 3D printing in dentistry,” remarked James Lobsenz, Director of Marketing at SprintRay.
Of the validation collaboration, Keystone’s President Ira Rosenau noted that, “Sprintray quickly and successfully penetrated the dental 3D market by focusing on a segment of the market that wanted a reliable printer at an affordable and right-sized price for their lab or clinic. With the new Sprintray Pro, the company has an even more robust system to feature, and we believe KeySplint Soft will do very well with their users.”
Keystone has been a trusted dental manufacturer since 1908 and has developed an expertise over several decades in manufacturing photopolymer formulations. The KeyPrint® dental 3D printing solutions are manufactured in the USA at Keystone’s FDA-registered and ISO 13485 certified facilities. The company partners with leading 3D printer companies to validate its state-of-the-art resins and increase its market presence.
For more information about KeySplint Soft and the entire KeyPrint line of 3D printing resins, please visit us at https://keyprint.keystoneindustries.com/
Keystone’s group of dental companies focuses largely on consumable laboratory products and operatory/preventative products. We are a global supplier, maintaining a diverse network of more than 800 U.S. and international dental distribution partners in 70+ countries.
Keystone has developed industry-leading products like Diamond D® high-impact denture base, the Pro-Form® line of thermoplastics, innovative and patent-protected laboratory offerings such as Enamelite ceramic spray glazes and the winner of Dental Advisor’s top product of the year, our Gelato prophy paste. Keystone has spent nearly three decades formulating and producing biocompatible, cutting-edge, patented photopolymer resins for dental and cosmetic nail applications. Keystone maintains FDA licensing, ISO 13485 (medical device) and 22716 certifications, along with GMP certification and international product registrations. To learn more, visit https://dental.keystoneindustries.com, like the Keystone Facebook page, or follow us on Instagram and Twitter.
SprintRay is a technology company that builds end-to-end 3D printing ecosystems for dental professionals. Because they control the design, manufacturing, and support of our products, SprintRay is uniquely positioned to provide full-stop additive manufacturing solutions that are both cutting-edge and user-friendly.
SprintRay strives to improve digital dentistry by making 3D printing an integral, routine part of the clinical workflow. They aspire to build products that allow dental professionals to personalize service, control revenue streams, and increase productivity.