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PG(print gel):the upgrade of PP,donot need to be lighted by the lamp. NM COAT(nail mask):Brush on the edge of the nail to avoid ink painting on the skin when painted (Peel Off Anti-overflow Nail ) TS (TOP COAT):For nails, after painting the pattern, keep the painted pattern lasting and glossy BS( BASE COAT):Nail coloring machine dedicated color glue, as the background color of the painted pattern
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Market-leading 3D printer manufacturer Stratasys has announced its new Stratasys Objet260 Dental 3D printer. Equipped with Polyjet Triple Jetting technology, the Stratasys Objet260 Dental can 3D print three different materials on a single tray, allowing the production of several applications under a single 3D print job.
The machine is to be formally unveiled at the LMT Lab Day 2018 in Chicagoalongside two further dental products,flexible biocompatible material MEDFLX625, and Pop-Out Part (PoP) technology for the removal of supports from clear aligner arches.
Supporting the transition to digital dentistry
With the global dental market forecast to reach 37 billion U.S. dollars by 2021, Stratasys, like rival 3D printer manufacturer 3D Systems (which yesterday launched its NextDent 5100 3D printer), is capitalizing on its experience of manufacturing machines and materials for the dental industry to appeal to a wider range of dental laboratories.
At the heart of Stratasys’ offering is its PolyJet Triple Jetting technology, which combines droplets of three base materials to 3D print objects made of multiple colors and materials in a single print run. It was launched in 2014 with the Objet500 Connex3 3D printer.
Clear aligners 3D printed on an Objet260 3D printer. Photo via Stratasys.
The appeal of PolyJet Triple Jetting
The Objet260Dental 3D printer can be used to manufacturesurgical guides, models, and other appliances. On the 3D printer’s single material mode, these appliances can be produced with a shorter change-over and reduced material waste.
The Objet260 Dental also promises a more affordable solution for mid-sized labs looking to expand their services. An optional “Dental Selection” upgrade includes support for three further regular materials as well as special materials to reproduce a range of gum-like textures and natural tooth shades.
Reiterating Stratasys’ intentions to place digital dentistry “in the hands of more customers than ever before,” Stratasys Director of Healthcare Solutions Mike Gaisford said:
“There’s no denying the power of 3D printing for digital dentistry to significantly decrease turnaround time, reduce labor costs, and provide new streams of revenue. Multi-material 3D printing pushes the boundaries of what’s possible in dentistry today while unlocking the next-generation of applications for tomorrow.”
Additional materials and technology
Launched alongside the Objet260 Dental 3D printer, MEDFLX625 is a biocompatible material that allows dental and orthodontic laboratories to 3D print flexible and rigid biocompatible materials for direct print applications such as indirect bonding trays, such as surgical guides and soft-tissue implant models.
Additionally, PoP technology facilitates support removal with manual peel-off, which is especially useful for the high-volume production of clear aligner arches.
The Objet260 Dental can 3D print multiple materials simultaneously, including accurate models of the oral cavity. Photo via Stratasys.
In an increasingly digital world the phrase ‘data is the new oil’ is fast becoming a cliché. But there is truth in the idiom, especially with the digital transformation of the construction industry.
With the push to deliver projects faster, smarter and to a better quality while at the same time improving site safety, technology is seeing a greater focus. And with advances in both hardware and software, data is key. Those that can collect or mine it, store it, analyse it and subsequently make informed decisions from it will win out in the new world order.
Mobile phones are now ubiquitous on construction sites and we are also seeing tablet devices become ever more prevalent. Cloud-based technology, apps and software are being used to gather information about health and safety, quality, compliance and commissioning. All this data is helping to drive efficiency in automating the traditionally manual process of moving paper from one desk to another for approvals and signatures.
Most of these apps incorporate workflow engines which automatically alert the next approver in the chain of command that their digital signature is required, allowing them to review all the information digitally on a desktop or mobile device. The data captured in this way is more accurate as it is captured at source and, more importantly, can be searched, categorised, filtered and analysed much more efficiently than with the current manual process.
The project site is not the only area in construction being affected by automation. The design office, through the use of parametric design philosophies, is seeing a remarkable change. Using the computational power that now sits at most of our fingertips, engineers and architects are able to define constraints and requirements in software programs, which then output every possible permutation automatically. These can then be refined to find the optimal one based on the specific needs of a project. Optioneering in this way saves valuable time and can often produce results that the human inputters may never have thought of.
On the hardware front, the augmentation of 3D models and robotics is leading the industry to explore the practical use of 3D printing in construction. Having already disrupted the manufacturing industry, the lessons learnt from 3D printing smaller parts are being scaled up and applied to an industry in need of improvements in both safety and productivity.
3D printing has the perception of being a far-off dream. However, here in the Middle East we are in the midst of a revolution driven by the demands of pioneering and ambitious leaders. This is epitomised by the Dubai 3D printing vision to see 25% of building elements use 3D printing technology by 2030, with incremental targets such as 2% by 2019. Again, data is at the core of this technology. Ensuring its flow from design intent to physical realisation without corruption or interpretation is essential to fulfilling 3D printing’s potential.
The much-anticipated arrival of autonomous vehicles on our roads is continually in the headlines as the technology reaches new milestones and achieves heightened levels of autonomy. This same technology is also being adapted for use on construction sites, but with much less fanfare. All heavy equipment manufacturers have or are developing autonomous construction plants, from bulldozers to excavators, mobile cranes to piling rigs. With construction sites providing a more predictable and easily controlled environment, many believe that we will see the acceptance of autonomous construction vehicles before they become common on the roads.
The introduction of autonomous construction plants will improve safety in two ways. First, sensors can identify and stop dangers quicker and more extensively than human operators. Secondly, because instructions such as setting out or the assessment of quality can be completed remotely, we would put fewer people in harm’s way in the first place. As more of this type of equipment is used, more data is gathered to improve the prediction algorithms and therefore the desire to use the equipment in the future, thus creating a virtuous circle.
Automation and robotics isn’t coming, it is already here. It will change the way our industry works, from the complexity of projects we undertake to the types of people we employ. This drive towards automation isn’t without risks and uncertainties. However, the more imminent danger comes from the lack of awareness and appreciation of cyber security.
The move towards a digital construction industry is fuelled not by oil, but by data. In order to get the most out of it, it needs to be accessible and connected, bringing with it the risk of abuse. Currently the industry isn’t a major target for cyber criminals and vandals. Inadvertently, our industry’s inertia to adopt technology has sheltered it from the risks of cyber crime. As we become more digitised we must become more digitally secure – we must protect our digital oil.
how to use it: step 1:apply Base gel,then put the finger under the LED lamp to solidify step 2:BC apply the base gel soak-off,then use the LED lamp to solidify step 3:NM apply the nail mask,dry it with the cold wind step 4:PP the pre-print coat,use the LED lamp to solidify step 5:print the pattern, dry it with the cold wind ,then use the LED lamp to solidify step 6:TS apply the top gel soak-off,,use the LED lamp to solidify
print the pattern: 1)download the app O’2NAILS on your phone (every nail printer has specific code and a WIFI code,download the app can match the link completely. you can check it on the photo) 2)connect wifi,send the photo you want to the nail printer 3)put your finger into the printer 4)print
We have videos to help you how to use it ,if you want ,pls contact us.
Note: Pre-print #2 (PP):Before painting, you need to brush on the nail painted with colored glue to make the painted pattern clear NM COAT :Brush on the edge of the nail to avoid ink painting on the skin when painted (Peel Off Anti-overflow Nail ) TS (TOP COAT):For nails, after painting the pattern, keep the painted pattern lasting and glossy BS( BASE COAT):Nail coloring machine dedicated color glue, as the background color of the painted pattern NAIL CLEANSER:ues for cleaning the nail or the gel GEL REMOVER PAD:use for cleaning the gel nail
print 1 nail each time at best the best distance is 1mm-2.5mm when putting your finger to the nail printer.
A Nail Art Equipment that Prints Any Pattern,Any Color, and Any Design on Natural Nails and Nail Tips.
Lots of beautiful manicure patterns designed by the nail designers on the app ,on which you can choose the nail style directly.
DIY: Choose your favourite pictures,or download the patterns you like online,then connect the nail printer to print.
Only 1.6kg,easy to carry,can be used in all the occasions with the power,at home,coffee shop,travel or the backstage of wedding,salon.
When finishing the nail art,you can share it to your friend or clients through Facebook,twitter,etc.you can also see the new nail style around you on the app