SensAble Technologies develops 3D touch-enabled technology that has evolved from research conducted at MIT by Thomas Massie and Dr. Kenneth Salisbury.
From the company’s press release:
SensAble Technologies, Inc, a leading provider of dental restoration design and fabrication solutions, 3D modeling software and haptic devices, announced that Baluke Dental Studios of Toronto has joined the SensAble Authorized Production Center (SAPC) Program. SAPCs create fixed and removable dental restorations for their own dentists using the SensAble Dental Lab System, an award-winning touch-enabled CAD/CAM system, and are certified to provide design and fabrication services to other dental labs. A full service dental lab whose two locations serve Toronto, Quebec and the Eastern provinces, Baluke Dental Studios has a reputation for quality and a commitment to adopting leading-edge technology that has attracted discerning dentists throughout Canada and made it a dental lab of choice for advanced or complex cases. read full press release