SINGAPORE, May 5, 2017 – Structo, a Singapore-based dental 3D printing solutions provider, announced distribution partnership with Techceram– one of the industry’s leading resellers of CAD/CAM solutions. The agreement came into effect in April 2017, and will allow Techceram to offer the full range of Structo products to its UK community.
“We are very happy to have Techceram as our UK distributor. Their demonstrated expertise and knowledge of customers in the UK provide a great fit for our solutions,” says Huub van Esbroeck, one of Structo’s founders. “We have identified Europe as a key market for Structo and I am looking forward to seeing how this partnership can improve on ground support for our customers,” he adds.
Techceram is one of the biggest distributors of CAD/CAM solutions in the UK. The company owns a high tech laboratory supplying the latest ceramic polymer and metallic restoration options to over 200 laboratories across the country. Techceram also supplies the latest ‘Open System’ equipment to laboratories to enable them to offer full in-house services, ranging across milling machines, scanners and furnaces, all complemented by training, service contracts and engineer support
This partnership marks Structo’s further expansion into the European market and demonstrates their focus on rapidly growing their global presence. Having just launched their latest MSLA-equipped DentaForm printer, one which can print up to 50 microns accuracy at record speeds, Structo is confident that their application-based approach to product development will significantly benefit the adoption of digital dentistry in the region.
“Structo’s products provide a powerful combination of market leading speed and accuracy, and we believe that our established presence in the UK will be a good platform for their further growth here,” claims Richard Buckle, Director at Techceram. “Joining this partnership not only increases our product offerings but also extends the commitment we have made to our customers to bring them the latest technology and complete solutions,” he adds.
Techceram will be exhibiting their products at the upcoming Dental Technology Showcase (DTS) 2017 at Birmingham UK, from May 12thto 13th. Visitors who would like to get a hands-on experience with Structo’s OrthoForm orthodontic 3D printer can visit their booth G01, adjacent to the DTS lecture theatre at the National Exhibition Centre (NEC) in Birmingham.
Techceram will also be running a keynote titled “Turnkey Digital Labs” with a panel of experts across the digital workflow at DTS. There will be 2 sessions, the first being on May 12that 11.30am and the second on May 13that 3.00pm. The panel will discuss the challenges of selecting digital solutions that meet both lab and clinical needs and how open integration enables growth.
About Structo 3D
Structo is a Singapore-based dental 3D printing solutions provider. We design, develop and build 3D printers tailored for dental applications using our unique proprietary MSLA technology. With MSLA, Structo’s 3D printers are able to achieve speeds much higher than conventional SLA printers and are revolutionising the field of digital dentistry with higher throughput and lower costs, all without compromising on print quality. Alongside our dental 3D printers, we also build control systems and software, and formulate our own photopolymer materials tailored specifically to each use-case in a range of dental 3D printing applications.
For more information, visitwww.structo3d.com.
About Techceram Limited
Founded in 1996, Techceram supplies ceramic substructures for over 200 dental laboratories in the UK. The company developed and patented a unique flame spray process to manufacture alumina single unit ceramic substructures, which subsequently had Techceram Flex-Al dental porcelain applied to make dental restorations such as crowns, onlays and veneers. Techceram also supplies the latest ‘Open System’ equipment to laboratories to enable them to offer full in-house services, ranging across milling machines, scanners and furnaces, all complemented by service contracts and engineer support.
For more information, visit www.techceram.com.
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