About Uniz Technology
Uniz Technology provides 3D printers. It designs and manufactures the SLASH series stereolithography (SLA) 3D printers for desktop professionals and zSLTV series SLA 3D printers for industial applications. The company was founded in 2012 and is based in San Diego.
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Latest Uniz Technology News
Dec 16, 2022
EasyRX has partnered with UNIZ to allow it to pass 3D-based STL files to UNIZ 3D printers for faster editing and printing of 3D models. EasyRx announced a new integration with UNIZ Technology , allowing EasyRx to seamlessly pass 3D-based STL files to UNIZ 3D printers, saving users time. The partnership enables EasyRx and UNIZ users to edit and print 3D models faster and more efficiently through a simplified workflow. With the enhanced 3D Command Center within EasyRx, users can automatically edit, review, and print files to their UNIZ printer from one centralized location. “We believe in an easy and efficient system for users,” said Todd Blankenbecler, general manager of EasyRx. “We are excited to further simplify our 3D workflow through this integration with UNIZ.” EasyRx allows orthodontists and dentists to design, create, manage, and submit their patients’ appliance prescriptions online to any orthodontic or dental laboratory or in-house lab. Its full suite of design tools allows doctors to manage and create their appliance prescriptions in a single digital location, improving efficiency and evolving toward a paperless environment. For the orthodontic or dental lab, it provides a robust set of tools to manage the lab from tracking cases, invoicing, and production metrics, to providing and storing all the lab’s prescriptions digitally. “We are excited to announce the software integration of EasyRx and UNIZ,” said Peng Zhao, senior vice president, and sales director of UNIZ. “As digital dentistry is the trend worldwide, our partnership will deliver considerable value to the labs and dental professionals with a whole workflow that includes oral scanning, CAD, 3D printing, and post-curing.” Photo via UNIZ
Uniz Technology Frequently Asked Questions (FAQ)
When was Uniz Technology founded?
Uniz Technology was founded in 2012.
Where is Uniz Technology's headquarters?
Uniz Technology's headquarters is located at 9400 Activity Rd., San Diego.
What is Uniz Technology's latest funding round?
Uniz Technology's latest funding round is Series B.
How much did Uniz Technology raise?
Uniz Technology raised a total of $8.8M.
Who are the investors of Uniz Technology?
Investors of Uniz Technology include Haoxi Investment, Congwu Cheng, Delian Capital and Tong Xing Ying Dian Investment.
Who are Uniz Technology's competitors?
Competitors of Uniz Technology include Mogassam and 4 more.
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