Albensi Laboratories in Irwin, Pennsylvania, U.S.A, has been providing “smiles of satisfaction” to its clients since 1979. Over the past few years, Albensi Laboratories has transformed its production from fully analog to almost completely digital, helping it grow to a staff of 150 in a new, 30,000 square foot facility. Albensi Laboratories provides fixed and removable prosthetics, creating digital restorations from both traditional impressions and intraoral scan files.
Art Center College of Design, a private college in Pasadena, California renowned for its transportation design program, among other disciplines, has purchased three additional advanced Roland DG MDX series milling machines for use by its students. The college now owns a total of five cutting-edge Roland DG rapid prototyping devices – including four MDX-40A mills and one MDX-540 mill – which play an integral role within the institution’s Product Design program.
Lotus F1 Team, in co-operation with Warner Bros. Pictures, has created a new F1 racing machine suitable for a post-apocalyptic future. The new car - the Lotus F1 Team Mad Max Hybrid - was created to coincide with the May 15th launch of the 2015 epic action adventure Mad Max: Fury Road, from Warner Bros. Pictures and Village Roadshow Pictures. The rat-look Lotus Hybrid was fitted with a new skin printed on a Roland DG’s SOLJET PRO4 XR-640 using a 3M™ Wrap Film 1080-M230 Matte Grey Aluminum, an unlaminated metallic film from 3M.