DGSHAPE partners with 3Shape to develop Trusted Connection
DGSHAPE Corporation, a wholly-owned subsidiary of Roland DG Corporation and a leading provider of digital fabrication tools, including 3D milling and engraving machines, has announced that 3Shape has certified its DWX-4 and DWX-42W as Trusted Connection milling devices for its TRIOS Design Studio software package.
Dr Alan Jurim of Jurim Dental Studio says: "The Trusted Connection between 3Shape's TRIOS Design Studio and DGSHAPE’s DWX-42W milling machine has been a game changer for our practice. To be able to seamlessly offer a same-day treatment solution with the consistent aesthetics, precision, and accuracy expected of laboratory-produced restorations has been incredible."
3Shape TRIOS Design Studio software “enables dental professionals to Go Beyond Scanning with same-day designing and milling of crowns, inlay/onlays, bridges, veneers, and screw-retained crowns right in the practice.” 3Shape Trusted Connection milling machines are tested and validated by the company.
3Shape Product Director for Implantology and TRIOS Design Studio, Birk Ploenning, adds: “3Shape is always looking to integrate more choices of materials, manufacturing and treatment opportunities for professionals.
“DGSHAPE mills paired with our TRIOS Design Studio create an affordable and predictable open workflow for dental practices and in-surgery laboratories planning to offer same-day and next-day dentistry to their patients.”
DGSHAPE’s DWX-42W and DWX-4 allow dental surgeries get started with CAD/CAM workflows for same-day and next-day dentistry. Both machines offer single touch operation and are engineered from the ground up with in-house spindles and simple maintenance procedures.
Daisuke Satori, DGSHAPE Marketing Manager, adds “we are very happy to partner with a first-class solution like TRIOS Design Studio and we pride ourselves in being a market pioneer for the ‘Open System” CAD/CAM dental solution.
“Becoming a Trusted Connection partner gives dental professionals even more options to pursue high quality restorations and better patient outcomes.”