After obtaining a positive model from negative measurements with the sinter laser system, this model is integrated with a 3D digitiser (scanner) and then the 3D model of the patient’s dental arches is transferred to the computer by sensitive scanning.

It takes the name sintering because it is obtained by heating the powdered raw layer with energy sources such as laser or electron beam at desired points, melting it or fusing it together by sintering.

The fact that with this system it is possible to process very sensitive and difficult materials within the system easily and without problems, allows a wider and more effective use of materials with high biocompatibility in the dental laboratory.