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Ivoclar and SprintRay launch collaborative partnership

A new Ivoclar–SprintRay partnership aligns the expertise of both companies, enabling customers to effectively integrate top-tier 3D-printing solutions with high-quality materials. (Image: AntonKhrupinArt/Shutterstock)

Thu. 16. May 2024


SCHAAN, Liechtenstein: Digital technologies and processes are constantly driving changes in the dental industry and have a major impact on the way dental professionals work. To enhance customer support, the Ivoclar Group, one of the world’s leading manufacturers of integrated solutions for high-quality dental restorations, has recently announced a partnership with the US technology company SprintRay, which develops end-to-end 3D-printing solutions for dental practices and laboratories. The partnership is planned to set new standards in the field of 3D printing.

Creating smart synergies

Ivoclar is one of the world’s leading material manufacturers in the dental industry and has been providing solutions for high-quality fixed and removable prostheses for more than a century. For about 20 years, Ivoclar has been inspiring with efficient and aesthetic solutions that set new standards for CAD/CAM workflows in dental practices and laboratories.

SprintRay boasts a coordinated and thought-through product portfolio that meets the needs of customers purposefully now and in the long term. With this partnership, the expertise of both companies will be aligned cleverly, allowing their customers to ideally combine state-of-the-art solutions for 3D printing with high-quality materials.

Together for the next generation

With the announcement of their partnership, Ivoclar and SprintRay revealed that further innovations can be expected as early as this autumn.

“We are very pleased to partner with SprintRay—an equal partner with whom we want to set new standards together. The philosophies of our companies complement each other perfectly and we are striving to provide our customers with the best possible support in their daily work,” Ivoclar’s CEO, Markus Heinz, commented.

SprintRay’s CEO, Dr Amir Mansouri, added: “Ivoclar and SprintRay both have extensive internal dental expertise. Our aim is to really understand the problems and needs of our customers in order to provide optimally coordinated solutions. With Ivoclar, we are delighted to have one of the dental industry’s leading material manufacturers at our side.”

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