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3D Printing: An A-Z hands-on for Dental Nurses - 23.10.24 - Copenhagen

Wed 23rd of Oct 2024 - 9.00-17.00

Radisson Collection Royal Hotel
Hammerichsgade 1
1611 Copenhagen V
Danmark

Course price

Before 1st of Sep
2.995 DKK / 400 €

Course language 

English (easy)

Course difficulty 

Beginner

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About the course

Are you a dental nurse and would you like to gain hands-on experience in the complete 3D printing workflow? We will cover essential topics such as the use and maintenance of the 3D printer, ensuring optimal performance and longevity. You will learn how to effectively manage the 3D printing workflow, from digital design to final product. Enhancing patient treatment - and your own professional development.

The course will include practical sessions on printing dental splints and temporary crowns, as well as advanced techniques for characterizing these prints through staining and glazing, candy coating splints, enabling you to produce high-quality, customized dental appliances.

The course is taught in easy understandable English and if you have a question you want to ask in Danish - we will gladly help translate and ensure you get the answer you need!

During the course you will learn:

The Fundamentals of 3D Printing

  • Setting up the Sprintray printer - connecting to the network etc.

  • Environmental and Personal Precautions - Gloves masks etc. 


  • Clean up scan natively in scanner software and the why around that

  • Understand the 3D Printing Process - how does it work


Designing and printing

  • Dental CAD Solutions for a Dental Practice - Overview of cloud, 3shape and any other design programs that are easy

  • inhouse design studios and exporting files - 3shape/ medit software

  • Nesting onto the platform and print set up

  • Demonstration on the rayware software vs the cloud software. 

  • 3D Printer Maintenance Tasks - Sprintray standard

  • Keeping Your In-House Lab Organized

  • Applications of 3D Printing in a Dental Office

  • Digital Scans - We will scan a volunteer delegate and produce 2 splints via AI



How to implement 3D print in the office and utilize the 3D printer

  • Tips and trick to avoid print failures and predictable 3d printing results 

  • Timings and scheduling for patients 

  • Post-Processing 3D Printed Dental Appliances - simple stain and glaze / polishing techniques and candy coating a splint.



Course programme

9.00-10.30

The Fundamentals of 3D Printing


11.00-12.00

Designing and printing

 

12.00-12.30

Designing and printing (continued)


12.30-13.30

Lunch


13.30-14.30

Designing and printing (continued)


14.45 - 15.30

How to implement 3D print in the office and utilize the 3D printer


15.45-17.00

How to implement 3D print in the office and utilize the 3D printer (continued)


Course prices

Delegate fee

3D Print A-Z Hands-on for Dental Nurses - 23.10.24 - Copenhagen

Before 1st of Sep: 2.995 DKK / 400 €
Before 1st of Oct: 3.495 DKK / 465 €
After 1st of Oct: 3.995 DKK / 530 €

DentaNet Members get 10% discount on the delegate fee

Networking dinner - Not available for this course

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Hotel room - Not available for this course

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Thursday night

Friday night

Saturday night

No hotel room - thank you

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Course lecturer

Dental Nurse Natalie Stewart

Natalie Stewart is a dedicated nurse with a passion for education and innovation in dental care. Over the past six years, she has had the privilege of working as a teaching assistant for dental courses alongside Dr Ian Buckle around the world, including in Romania, the UK, Denmark, Poland, and Bulgaria.

Natalie is now presenting courses on her owb in collaboration with SprintRay. These courses are designed for nurses and hygienists, focusing on the latest advancements in 3D printing technology.

Dental Nurse Natalie Stewart
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