The 'Dental laser-selective melting Cobalt Chromium alloy powder' of DPR had been received the first Class III medical device registration certificate from the NMPA.

DPR New Materials Technology CO., LTD. (DPR) is a professional material supplier for the dental industry, who could provide customers with high quality spherical alloy powders for 3D printing. On 15 January 2020, the first Class III medical device registration certificate of Dental laser-selective melting Cobalt Chromium alloy powder had been approved from the NMPA. We would like to thank all our partners who have helped DPR.

3D printing brings the efficiency of digital dental technology to the production stage. By using a combination of oral scanning, CAD/CAM design and 3D printing, denture processing units can accurately and quickly produce crowns, bridges, dental models, orthodontic appliances and a number of other dental products.

DPR 3D printed dental Cobalt Chromium alloy powder is an alloy powder with cobalt as the base material, which has good mechanical properties and bio-compatibility. Depending on the clinical needs, it can be used alone or in combination with other materials to produce oral prostheses, including custom-made fixed prostheses, such as metal crowns, metal bridges, metal porcelain crowns, metal porcelain bridges, inlays, pile cores and others, and custom-made removable prostheses, such as metal-based removable partial dentures, metal-based full dentures and others.


DPR team has more than ten years of experience in the field of additive manufacturing. The company has established several cooperation projects based on new materials with the National Key Engineering Laboratory for Additive Manufacturing and the National Key Engineering Laboratory for Nickel-Cobalt Alloys, not only developing new materials for medical use (metal alloy materials, degradable materials and polymer materials), but also investing heavily in design, process and post-processing, and has formed a core competence based on new materials, innovative design and process development.