Robotics and 3D printing in restorative dentistry begins here

Manufacture precise restorations using a system that is simple to add to your existing set of dentists tools.

The Rayo 3D method provides easy-to-integrate, automated dental filling manufacturing that improves patient experience, dental filling quality, and cost-efficiency.

Intelligent software

Rayo 3D Software

Seamless integration & automated data processing

Receive scanning and restoration design from the scanner

Construct the mould design and instructions for the dental robot

3d printing

Rayo 3D printer

Precise moulds for several restorations / fillings — within minutes

Mould construction

Same printing time for one or ten different moulds


Rayo 3D dental robot

Restoration fabrication and curing — all outside the patient’s mouth

Dental filling material injection


Minimal material waste

An opportunity for dentists around the world

Affordable, high-quality treatment without high investment costs

Our dental filling technology is simple and affordable for any dentist, anywhere. Producing a restoration with our method is more cost-effective than other indirect restorations.

It enables the highest quality of restorative dentistry to be practiced anywhere with a suitable 3D printer and our dental robot, which uses composite filling materials already present at dental clinics.

Affordable dental treatment

Offer higher-quality dental services and reduce repair needs

Minimize the gap between tooth and filling by compensating for the polymerization shrinkage of the restoration.

Our method provides optimal performance of the restoration with minimal need for repair and replacement.

Higher quality dental services

Offer a superior service with flexibility and better margins

Being able to produce several restorations / fillings simultaneously without increasing manufacturing time means an improved treatment time and comfortable experience for your patients.

Increasing quality of treatment while having a lower cost per filling enables you to increase your margins for each treatment.

How will you take advantage of the new free time while the dental filling is manufactured?

Superior service

Restorative dentistry – Transformed by modern technology

Precise fit

Precise fit and unique combination of durability and elasticity enable optimal function in occlusion.

Reduced need for repair or replacement of composite restorations

Dentists’ working time will be used more efficiently when the restorations have longer lifespan.

Competitive costs compared to traditional premium methods

Our method offers better accuracy for a fraction of the costs of milling method.

Fits your current setup without need for major investments

All you need is an open-source dental scanner and a computer. The rest of our 3D printing solution will sit nicely on your desk.

The equipment can use any existing composite filling materials you already have. No need to buy special filling material.

Better cost-efficiency

The larger and more complicated the restoration, the more notable the cost benefits of our solution become.

Performing the whole restorative procedure on one patient visit saves time for everyone.

Safer and more comfortable

Minimum number of processing steps and less processing residues inside the mouth.

A straightforward process

Preparing the tooth

Preparing the tooth

The dentist prepares the tooth for filling as usual.

Digital imaging of the tooth

Digital imaging of the tooth

Our special software receives the design of the filling from the dental scanner software and automatically creates a design of the mould for the 3D printer.

3D manufacturing of the filling

3D printing of the mould

The 3D printer receives the design(s) for the mould and begins highly precise work on constructing the filling mould.

Upon completion, the mould is passed to the dental robot. For now, the passing is done manually.

Casting the toothfill into the mold

Casting the filling material into the mould

Our dental robot casts the filling mould using materials you already have. The filling is hardened during the process.

The cost-effective, highly precise dental filling is now ready to be fixed.

Bonding the filling into the tooth

Bonding the filling into the tooth

With a precise filling, the last step is simple and straightforward.

Software that integrates into your equipment

We developed the Rayo 3D software to serve as the point of integration to existing dental equipment. The software reads the data from a dental scanner.

After the data is received, the software performs multiple calculations to account for polymerization shrinking during curing, required volume data, and shape of the restoration.

All this and more is used to construct a mould design for the Rayo 3D printer and filling instructions for the dental robot.

Ultra-high-precision 3D printer

Based on the design received from the software, the Rayo 3D printer creates the necessary filling mould.

The printer is capable of producing as many filling moulds as necessary, without increasing production time.

Ultra-high precision 3D-printer

Precise filling of the mould

The Rayo 3D dental robot uses two syringes to first construct the inner part of the dental filling and harden it, and upon that, the surface layer, thus simulating the layers of natural teeth.

With precise injections, there is no wasted material. The robot can use dental filling materials you already have.

Frequently asked questions and answers

The first shipments to those first in line are aimed to be ready during the latter part of H2 2020.

Only resin composites are supported for now, but further development aims to widen the applicability also to ceramics.

Aside from the Rayo 3D dental robot and the printer, you don’t need to buy anything else if you already have a suitable oral scanner.

The whole idea behind Rayo 3D is to make initial costs low enough for all dentists, anywhere.

Making dental fillings with our method is faster than traditional direct method and costs competitive with other indirect methods.

Yes! Our dental robot is able to take full advantage of existing composite filling materials at your disposal.