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Material Keystone KeyMask validated for Carbon M-Series 3D printers

3D printer manufacturer Carbon and material specialist Keystone strengthen their partnership by validating Keystone KeyMask for Carbon M-Series printers.

KeyMask is a flexible but strong 3D-printed material that replicates the look and feel of natural gums. Its introduction to Carbon’s M-Series printers enables dental labs to enhance their digital restoration planning with precise, low-shrinkage and easy-to-cut gingiva masks. This innovation is set to change the way dental labs approach prosthetics and restorative dentistry.

KeyMask is characterized by its strength, flexibility and natural aesthetics. The aim is to create a replica of the gingival tissue that is both durable and realistic. By integrating KeyMask with Carbon’s M-Series printers, dental labs can increase precision and efficiency in their restorative workflows.

“Carbon’s partnership with Keystone to validate KeyMask for our M-series printers is a testament to our commitment to offering the best materials for digital dentistry,” said Phil DeSimone, CEO and Co-Founder of Carbon. “This collaboration enhances our portfolio of dental solutions, providing our customers with the tools to deliver high-quality cases to their customers.”

Advantages of Keystone KeyMask for digital dental restorations

  • Realistic gum simulation: KeyMask’s flexible but firm composition provides lifelike simulations of gums for high-quality dental restorations.
  • Improved digital workflow: Dental labs can optimize their digital restoration planning, enabling more accurate and efficient results.

Keystone KeyMask is now available for use with Carbon’s M-Series printers in select regions, including the US and Europe. Dental labs interested in integrating this material into their restorative processes can contact their local Carbon representative for more information.

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