Dental 3D Printers

Transformational 3d Digital Dentistry Solutions Bring New Levels Of Clinical Performance, Workflow Efficiency And Workflow Automation

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Overview

In the rapidly evolving business world, you need a 3D printer that puts you ahead of the competition.
3D Systems printers offer transformative advantages at every phase of creation – from initial concept design to the production of final products.
The most important step is to ensure you identify the best 3D printer technology for your application.

Which 3D Printer is Best for You?
Identifying your unique requirements within the entire design-to-manufacture process will help you select the best 3D printing technology and optimize its benefits.

3D Printing Performance Criteria You Need to Review

  • File-to-Finished Part Speed– Every 3D printer has a different file-to-finished part speed, which takes into account build preparation, print speed, required post-processing, and optional finishing time.
  • Part Strength- Will the parts you print do what you need them to do? This guide will help you review 3D printers that will create parts with the specific mechanical properties your application requires.
  • Accuracy- Accuracy, precision, and repeatability are dependent on a variety of factors including part size, material, geometry, post-processing, print orientation, and more. The Buyer’s Guide helps you define your application accuracy requirements so 3D Systems’ experts can help you choose the right 3D printer at the right price.
  • Material Properties- Understanding the intended applications and the needed material characteristics is important in selecting the best 3D printer for your needs. Each technology has strengths and weaknesses that need to be factored in
  • Part Aesthetics– Some applications require printed parts that are visually appealing, full color, or have specific look and feel requirements. Other applications are purely functional, and part appearance doesn’t matter as long as the parts perform as expected. Use the guide to help determine exactly what is most important to you and review which 3D printers are the best for your requirements.
  • Print Capacity- Required print capacity for production is determined by a variety of criteria including the printer’s ability to make the breadth of the parts you need to create.
  • Initial investment and total cost of operation- The Buyer’s Guide will also help you prioritize what’s more important to you right now: a low cost of entry so that you can learn how 3D printing will benefit your business, or, if you already know how additive manufacturing can be leveraged for your business, a higher initial investment that will result in a lower total cost of operation.

Systems and Equipments

NextDent 5100

Redefining digital dentistry

Highlights:

Complete digital dentistry solution for 12 indications in a range of 30 NextDent biocompatible materials
High accuracy, within 50 microns Trusted end-to-end workflow

Software: 3D Sprint

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ProX 800

SLA quality at high throughput to address the broadest range of applications

Highlights:

Print complex assemblies, custom assembly jigs and fixtures, master patterns, mass customization of production parts
Produce dental models and drill guides in batches
Highly detailed, lightweight investment casting patterns with QuickCast® SLA build style

Software: 3D Sprint

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DMP Dental 100

Easy-to-use entry level dental metal printer for exceptional quality

Highlights:

Manufacturing small, dense, complex dental prostheses
Short post-processing at high productivity
High-performance software solution from dental file to production
Print more than 90 crowns within under 4 hours, in one single print-run

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ProX DMP 200 Dental

Dental metal printer for exceptional surface quality and throughput

Highlights:

Print dental partials, crowns, bridges
Surface finish quality of up to 5 Ra μm (200 Ra micro-inches)
High productivity (200 units in 9 hrs)
Fully dense parts, no porosity

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ProJet MJP 2500 Plus (Dental)

Precision, speed and ease-of-use made affordable

Highlights:

Prosthodontic models production
Thermoforming models production

Software: 3D Sprint

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ProJet MJP 3600 Dental

High productivity of precision wax-ups, models and guides

Highlights:

Wax-ups for the production of prosthetic devices
Working models
Orthodontic thermoforming models
Drill guides

Software: 3D Sprint

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FabPro 1000 for Dental

Entry level 3D printer for dental applications produces high quality parts with precision and smooth surface finish

Highlights:

Optimized for select NextDent materials for specific dental applications, including models (orthodontic/prosthodontic), and biocompatible materials for surgical guides and orthodontic splints

Plug and play simplicity and 3D Sprint software for print preparation and management

Software: 3D Sprint

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High Precision Vertical Stacked Printing for Orthodontic Models

One solution that DenMat turned to for a range of innovative solutions is the NextDent 5100 digital dentistry solution from 3D Systems. The team in the laboratory uses the NextDent 5100 3D printer and the range and diversity of NextDent materials for the production of orthodontic dental models, crown and bridge solutions, implant models for diagnostics, and impression trays.

Dental Materials

Metal

High strength, low weight, excellent biocompatibility

High strength, low weight, excellent biocompatibility – lower Oxygen than Gr5

Light weight, biocompatible, extreme temperature and corrosion resistance

Highly corrosion and wear resistant, suitable for biomedical

NextDent

Highly accurate, high precision material for detailed master prosthodontic and orthodontic models

3D Print resin for the manufacturing of removable denture bases

3D Print resin for the manufacturing of castable parts

3D Print resin for the manufacturing of gingiva masks on dental models

3D Print resin for the manufacturing of individual impression trays

3D Print Resins for the manufacturing of prosthodontic and orthodontic models

3D Print resin for the manufacturing of dental splints

3D Print resin for the manufacturing of Indirect bonding trays.

Micro Filled Hybrid 3D print resin for the manufacturing of long-term temporaries

3D Print resin for the manufacturing of try-in devices

3D Print resin for the manufacturing of dental surgical guides

Plastic

Highly accurate, high precision material for detailed master prosthodontic and orthodontic models

3D Print resin for the manufacturing of removable denture bases

3D Print resin for the manufacturing of castable parts

3D Print resin for the manufacturing of gingiva masks on dental models

3D Print resin for the manufacturing of individual impression trays

3D Print Resins for the manufacturing of prosthodontic and orthodontic models

3D Print resin for the manufacturing of dental splints

3D Print resin for the manufacturing of Indirect bonding trays.

Micro Filled Hybrid 3D print resin for the manufacturing of long-term temporaries

3D Print resin for the manufacturing of try-in devices

3D Print resin for the manufacturing of dental surgical guides

High contrast, high modulus, heat resistant rigid tan plastic

High precision stone-like dental models

USP Class VI capable plastic, translucent

Solid stone appearance

Wax-up castable and pressable material

Accurate and durable dental model material